Your government doing advertisement for non-free software. Public administrations buying non-free software without a public tender. Children in school who just learn to use proprietary software. Since 2001 Free Software Foundation Europe is working for Free Software in the political sphere. In our track at FSCONS we offer an insight into present practices in the public administration throughout the world, potentials risks for the Free Software community, and what each one of us can do to increase software freedom.
In "Free Software in Politics" track we have:
Beside that on Friday we will have a full day Fellowship meeting where we will prepare the Ilove Free Software campaign, the Document Freedom Day, do a PDFreaders bug sprint, and have a feedback session about our work.
Looking forward to see you there.