Lessons Framasoft has learned

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Framasoft is a small, French nonprofit, made up of only thirty-five members and ten employees. We've been promoting free/libre software and its culture for more than fifteen years.

Original story by LibrePlanet 2021 and the Free Software Foundation. Published 2021-03-22, Originally published 2021-03-20.
This work is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.

Video Copyright LibrePlanet 2021 / Free Software Foundation. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike

From a collaborative free software directory to a publishing house, from hosting more than thirty-five free/libre services (our Dégooglify the Internet campaign) to initiating a libre hosts collective (CHATONS), from PeerTube (free and federated alternative to YouTube) to Mobilizon (same, but for Facebook groups and events)...

We've tried a lot of things to help change the world, one byte at the time!

We want to share our experience outside of French boarders, so it can be studied and (hopefully) copied and adapted to other languages and cultures.

Framasoft has a homepage at framasoft.org.

"Pouhiou Noénaute has dabbled in acting, writing plays and novels under the CC-0 license, and vlogging, before he came to work for Framasoft. There, he helped the association in telling the world about the actions led by its members, and also helped to raise funds and shape projects. He is now one of the three co-directors of Framasoft."

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