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Episode 0x68 of Free as in Freedom has: Moly De Blanc's keynote from first annual on 2019-02-04 & then an *exclusive* interview w/ Molly about her intersectional activist approach to software freedom. bkuhn & @o0karen0o give their frank opinions too, of course. faif.us/cast/2019/may/31/0x68/

We've got a blog post that explains our views & reaction to 's new program & related initiatives. We're concerned that it (so far) ignores key governance issues for projects related to funding. sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/ma

On our blog, we discuss, compare & contrast the two primary options available for backporting 's termination provisions to : the Kernel Enforcement Statement Additional Permission and the Red Hat Cooperation Commitment sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/ma

Nice piece thinking through some of the issues our Senior Technologist Bradley Kuhn has been talking a lot about this year, linuxjournal.com/content/we-ne

RT @oggcamp@twitter.com

We're celebrating the month of May by running the Call for Papers for the scheduled track at OggCamp buff.ly/2XWS8lb Please put 19-20th October in your calendar, submit talks before the end of May, and share widely with everyone you want to see at the event! Please RT :)

🐦🔗: twitter.com/oggcamp/status/112

What's happening with Conservancy and its member projects? We've got videos, blogs, code releases and upcoming events -- all in one handy place! sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/ap

"When a company tells me they don't have the source code available, I add them to the list in my head of brands I will not buy." @pchestek on source code and security. sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/ap

With VMware finally announcing its plans to remove the non-complying code, Hellwig decides not to appeal. The VMware case wraps up:
sfconservancy.org/news/2019/ap

Swing by Conservancy's IRC channel, on freenode.net
at 2pm EST tomorrow for help applying to be part of Season of the Docs

Congratulations to our Director of Community Operations @freedeb for receiving this year's Award for the Advancement of Free Software at this weekend! sfconservancy.org/news/2019/ma

We could not be more proud of our Director of Community Operations, @freedeb for winning the @fsf's Award for all of the amazing work she has done over the years promoting user freedom and making the community more welcoming!

Our Director of Community Operations, @freedeb will speak about Free Software/Utopia: how the movement could be more successful, this weekend at the Free Software Foundation's annual conference in Cambridge, MA sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/ma

"If Open Source Isn't Sustainable, Maybe Software Freedom Is?" Didn't catch Bkuhn's talk at two weeks ago? Well, you're in luck! The video is up now. youtube.com/watch?v=HFYAO8eiRk

Defining "sustainable" for an open-source project, Jake Edge at LWN wrote up Bkuhn's talk at SCaLE two weeks ago, lwn.net/Articles/783169/

Conservancy is now an OSI Affiliate Member. "By joining as an affiliate member, we affirm our support of collaboration to promote the ideals of software freedom." says our Executive Director, @o0karen0o sfconservancy.org/news/2019/ma

Attendees at have been asking our opinion of . We've posted our analysis of it. Most notably, the platform is proprietary software, not FOSS. sfconservancy.org/blog/2019/ma

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