FSFE welcomes CDU decision to make Free Software mandatory

  • "The Free Software Foundation Europe welcomes the CDU's party convention resolution on the use of Free Software. At its 32nd party conference this weekend, the CDU resolved to join FSFE in demanding that software developed with public money should be publicly available as Free Software. This decision aligns with our "Public Money, Public Code!" campaign, which is supported by over 170 organisations and 26,000 individuals."


    It is worth recalling from time to time that without the Free Software Foundation (and all the organisations and individuals fighting for the same ideal), UBports Foundation and Ubuntu Touch would not exist.

    So, thank you very much to all those who have been committed for decades to the freedom to study, contribute and share for the common good.