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DATE 2018-07-24
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Hello Ruben Safir,

The [Free Software Directory][1] is an essential catalog of free
software online, composed and maintained by countless volunteers
dedicated to the promotion of software that respects your personal
liberty. Tens of thousands of people visit the Directory every month
to discover free software and explore the information about version
control, documentation, and licensing. Adding and maintaining entries
to the Directory is crucial work to give people access to free
software which has only free dependencies and runs on a free OS. All
of this information is also exported in machine-readable formats,
making it a valuable source of data for the study of trends in free
software. The Directory is powered by MediaWiki, the same software
used by Wikipedia.

[1]:https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Main_Page

Every Friday at 12:00-15:00 EDT (16:00 to 19:00 UTC), volunteers meet
[on IRC in the #fsf channel on irc.freenode.org][2] to add new entries, update existing
ones, and talk about free software together (to see the meeting start
time in your time zone, run this in GNU bash: date
--date='TZ="America/New_York" 12:00 this Fri'). As with any group
composed of volunteers, the informal Directory team has people who
come and go, and right now, it could really use some fresh new members
to kick our efforts into high gear. The Directory just passed 16,000
entries this year, and as far as we're concerned, there's no limit to
how high it should go!

[2]:irc://irc.gnu.org/fsf

Examples of ways you can help include updating information about
existing entries, proposing new entries, or reviewing new entries
submitted by others to make sure they meet the Directory's criteria.

If you can't wait or don't have the time to jump onto IRC on Friday
afternoons, you can still help: check out the [Free Software Directory
Participation Guide][3] for instructions.

[3]:https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Free_Software_Directory:Participate

No matter how you participate, improving the Free Software Directory
is an easy, nuts-and-bolts way to make a contribution to the free
software movement, bringing us a tinier step every day to a truly free
society. We look forward to seeing you on IRC!

Happy hacking,

Donald R. Robertson, III, J.D.
Licensing and Compliance Manager


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Hello Ruben Safir,



The Free Software Directory is an essential catalog of free
software online, composed and maintained by countless volunteers
dedicated to the promotion of software that respects your personal
liberty. Tens of thousands of people visit the Directory every month
to discover free software and explore the information about version
control, documentation, and licensing. Adding and maintaining entries
to the Directory is crucial work to give people access to free
software which has only free dependencies and runs on a free OS. All
of this information is also exported in machine-readable formats,
making it a valuable source of data for the study of trends in free
software. The Directory is powered by MediaWiki, the same software
used by Wikipedia.



Every Friday at 12:00-15:00 EDT (16:00 to 19:00 UTC), volunteers meet
on IRC in the #fsf channel on irc.freenode.org to add new entries, update existing
ones, and talk about free software together (to see the meeting start
time in your time zone, run this in GNU bash: date
--date='TZ="America/New_York" 12:00 this Fri'). As with any group
composed of volunteers, the informal Directory team has people who
come and go, and right now, it could really use some fresh new members
to kick our efforts into high gear. The Directory just passed 16,000
entries this year, and as far as we're concerned, there's no limit to
how high it should go!



Examples of ways you can help include updating information about
existing entries, proposing new entries, or reviewing new entries
submitted by others to make sure they meet the Directory's criteria.



If you can't wait or don't have the time to jump onto IRC on Friday
afternoons, you can still help: check out the Free Software Directory
Participation Guide
for instructions.



No matter how you participate, improving the Free Software Directory
is an easy, nuts-and-bolts way to make a contribution to the free
software movement, bringing us a tinier step every day to a truly free
society. We look forward to seeing you on IRC!



Happy hacking,



Donald R. Robertson, III, J.D.

Licensing and Compliance Manager






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Hello Ruben Safir,

The [Free Software Directory][1] is an essential catalog of free
software online, composed and maintained by countless volunteers
dedicated to the promotion of software that respects your personal
liberty. Tens of thousands of people visit the Directory every month
to discover free software and explore the information about version
control, documentation, and licensing. Adding and maintaining entries
to the Directory is crucial work to give people access to free
software which has only free dependencies and runs on a free OS. All
of this information is also exported in machine-readable formats,
making it a valuable source of data for the study of trends in free
software. The Directory is powered by MediaWiki, the same software
used by Wikipedia.

[1]:https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Main_Page

Every Friday at 12:00-15:00 EDT (16:00 to 19:00 UTC), volunteers meet
[on IRC in the #fsf channel on irc.freenode.org][2] to add new entries, update existing
ones, and talk about free software together (to see the meeting start
time in your time zone, run this in GNU bash: date
--date='TZ="America/New_York" 12:00 this Fri'). As with any group
composed of volunteers, the informal Directory team has people who
come and go, and right now, it could really use some fresh new members
to kick our efforts into high gear. The Directory just passed 16,000
entries this year, and as far as we're concerned, there's no limit to
how high it should go!

[2]:irc://irc.gnu.org/fsf

Examples of ways you can help include updating information about
existing entries, proposing new entries, or reviewing new entries
submitted by others to make sure they meet the Directory's criteria.

If you can't wait or don't have the time to jump onto IRC on Friday
afternoons, you can still help: check out the [Free Software Directory
Participation Guide][3] for instructions.

[3]:https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Free_Software_Directory:Participate

No matter how you participate, improving the Free Software Directory
is an easy, nuts-and-bolts way to make a contribution to the free
software movement, bringing us a tinier step every day to a truly free
society. We look forward to seeing you on IRC!

Happy hacking,

Donald R. Robertson, III, J.D.
Licensing and Compliance Manager


--
* Follow us on GNU social at , on Diaspora at , and on Twitter at .
* Read about why we use Twitter, but only with caveats at .
* Subscribe to our RSS feeds at .
* Join us as an associate member at .
* Read our Privacy Policy at .

Sent from the Free Software Foundation,

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United States


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Hello Ruben Safir,



The Free Software Directory is an essential catalog of free
software online, composed and maintained by countless volunteers
dedicated to the promotion of software that respects your personal
liberty. Tens of thousands of people visit the Directory every month
to discover free software and explore the information about version
control, documentation, and licensing. Adding and maintaining entries
to the Directory is crucial work to give people access to free
software which has only free dependencies and runs on a free OS. All
of this information is also exported in machine-readable formats,
making it a valuable source of data for the study of trends in free
software. The Directory is powered by MediaWiki, the same software
used by Wikipedia.



Every Friday at 12:00-15:00 EDT (16:00 to 19:00 UTC), volunteers meet
on IRC in the #fsf channel on irc.freenode.org to add new entries, update existing
ones, and talk about free software together (to see the meeting start
time in your time zone, run this in GNU bash: date
--date='TZ="America/New_York" 12:00 this Fri'). As with any group
composed of volunteers, the informal Directory team has people who
come and go, and right now, it could really use some fresh new members
to kick our efforts into high gear. The Directory just passed 16,000
entries this year, and as far as we're concerned, there's no limit to
how high it should go!



Examples of ways you can help include updating information about
existing entries, proposing new entries, or reviewing new entries
submitted by others to make sure they meet the Directory's criteria.



If you can't wait or don't have the time to jump onto IRC on Friday
afternoons, you can still help: check out the Free Software Directory
Participation Guide
for instructions.



No matter how you participate, improving the Free Software Directory
is an easy, nuts-and-bolts way to make a contribution to the free
software movement, bringing us a tinier step every day to a truly free
society. We look forward to seeing you on IRC!



Happy hacking,



Donald R. Robertson, III, J.D.

Licensing and Compliance Manager






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