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Very excited about our new stable release; puri.sm/posts/pureos-rolls-on-

More to come - we're building a rolling release as well.

Calling all Faifcast fans! Our Executive Director @o0karen0o and Distinguished Technologist Bkuhn are going to be doing a LIVE podcast this weekend at SeaGL. If you can get to Seattle, you'll get to see the magic in person. osem.seagl.org/conferences/sea

The embedded, automotive, and mobile track is back at FOSDEM this year! Here's the relevant info: lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fos

We are interested in the future of Copyleft and that means we are very interested in hearing from new folks at #CopyleftConf in February. Let us know if we can help you feel more comfortable submitting your proposal. (events@tix.sfconservancy.org) 2020.copyleftconf.org/program/

What's interesting with these two gentlemen (Richard and Sam) is that they represent and are important cat herders for Debian and Fedora - two key Free Software distros.

Next up is Sam Hartman, Debian Project Leader, and Richard Fontana, Lawyer Red Hat.

The tools for advertising have become the tools for sort us as voters. Are we willing to give up our rights for an election algorithm?

Can't make it to the conference? Check out our livestream!

Click this link at 9:00 AM EDT (13:00 UTC) on November 1st, 2019 for live media from our #SFLC2019 conference: softwarefreedom.org/events/201

Prof. Carrol filed a lawsuit against Cambridge Analytica to get his data. It's documented in the film "The Great Hack."

Got something to say about copyleft licenses, compliance, or how companies and projects can collaborate on these topics? Submit a talk or discussion topic to #copyleftconf in the few days! 2020.copyleftconf.org/

Professor Carrol at the#sflc event today talking about data rights and democracy.

I am seriously blown away by how much of the @gnome software works on the smaller, touch-centric screen of the .

The work of the GNOME team, the @purism crew, and so many independent developers that are making this happen... truly impressive.

All of you rule.

This is among the reasons I never post pictures of my son. I understand and accept risks to my own identity, but I don't own his online identity--I'm merely a steward of it until he's an adult. I hope at that point I can hand it off to him untarnished and unexploited.
nytimes.com/interactive/2019/1

ICYMI: We announced the conference program for #SFLC2019! In a few short weeks, SFLC will welcome guests to our 15th Anniversary Fall Conference.

Where: Columbia Law School in NYC📍

When: Friday, November 1, 2019, 9:00am-6:00pm🍁

Check out our program: softwarefreedom.org/news/2019/

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