WineConf properly kicking off this morning with a keynote by Alexandre Julliard! What a lovely collection of people.

I had a great time talking to students at Hunter College today about , the and . I was so impressed with how engaged those students were and how hard hitting their questions were!

listening to Kathleen Lu do a great job of breaking down the basics in order to discuss license compatibility!

This could have profound privacy implications, especially for people who are poor or otherwise vulnerable. I'm proud to be part of this work.

The fight for diversity, equality and inclusion is the fight for software freedom. Our movement will only be successful if it includes everyone. RMS does not speak for these values.

Tonight I am that person advocating against proprietary and intrusive platforms on those platforms themselves . I hate having an account on them and logging in, but where better to get the message out to those who may not know? Also, my friends and family probably hate me.

At long last, cats are finally recognized as important users! Congrats on a great release GNOMEees!

Oh, is there a new release of @gnome coming up? < this thing on?>

Exciting news: Alexandre Oliva, chief developer of the GNU Linux-libre project, and recipient of the 2016 Advancement of Free Software award, has joined the FSF board of directors! Let's all give him a warm welcome.

I was interviewed for this documentary (It was released in France and Germany, they're working on the English version). I think the trailer looks really good!

>happy sigh<

it's one of the best times of year when I get to read the final reviews of mentors for all of the internships. So many glowing stories! Seriously great work, mentors and participants!

Haha just noticed this in a random Internet Terms of Service agreement "However, no security system is impenetrable and we cannot guarantee that unauthorized parties will never be able to defeat our security measures or misuse any Data in our possession."

Courtesy of Karl Fogel, there will be a Benefit Concert for the Software Freedom Conservancy: Schubert's "Winterreise" on Thursday, 7/18 from 7–8:30pm in Portland at Classic Pianos! Hope to see you there!

At Ignite Slide Karaoke where our own Bkuhn affirms that aliens, insects and beard havers are welcome to be part of

This time it's anesthesia machines. The variety of medical equipment that has been shown to be vulnerable to attack is astounding. This is just exactly the quote: "If the anesthesia machines aren't connected to a hospital network, they can't be exploited"

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