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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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LibrePlanet is an organizing space for everyone in the free software and free culture to collaborate around their own needs and concerns. LibrePlanet will work to provide the necessary infrastructure, tools, and resources to help free software proponents amplify their advocacy.
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 a set of foundational principles. Participants are still free to act independently and have their own understandings within teams, but these are the principles which apply to the broader LibrePlanet project and we recommend that they be used for all activity.
The mission of LibrePlanet is to empower a global network of local and academic groups, project teams, interest-based work-groups, and individuals all working together to advance free software and free culture as a movement for social justice.
The LibrePlanet Code of Conduct exists to create a set of community norms for a comfortable and welcoming space for as many people as possible.
Our sponsor, the Free Software Foundation
LibrePlanet is hosted by the Free Software Foundation, a nonprofit with a worldwide mission to promote computer user freedom and to defend the rights of all free software users. The Free Software Foundation also hosts the yearly LibrePlanet Conference. The FSF's work is supported by donations from people that care about computer user-freedom. Please donate to support this wiki and other free software community efforts.