So that the name 'LibrePlanet' is strongly associated with a clear goal, and so individual groups can cooperate and collaborate effectively, all LibrePlanet participants agree with this set of founding principles:
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FLOSSS (FLOSS Sakurayama Study Group)
I like the way the LibrePlanet Massachusetts describes their group: http://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:LibrePlanet_Massachusetts
Bridge connections between activists, users, and contributors in the free software community.
Promote free software ideals through education, campaigns, and events.
Build and contribute to free software code, documentation, and design.
Welcome all interested people to free software, and help motivate and increase their involvement.
Provide support and guidance for people using and contributing to free software.
Keep focus on free software as an ethical social movement, more than just a way of producing software.
To become a member of the FLOSSS, please
- Visit http://www.flosss.info
- No current schedule for meetings.
- Suggest some!
Please visit: http://www.flosss.info
|Note||Nagoya group for free software activists|