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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Products you want to see in the 2016 Giving Gu
Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Products you want to see in the 2016 Giving Guide?
Tue, 01 Nov 2016 18:20:08 -0600
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Le lun. 31 oct. 2016 à 15:20, Zak Rogoff <address@hidden> a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> The FSF's Holiday Giving Guide is scheduled to launch in November, so
> I'm putting out a call for product suggestions. Stuff that's new this
> year is especially welcome, but we're not limiting ourselves to new
> Here's last year's guide: www.fsf.org/givingguide/2015
> And the list of ideas that have been proposed so far:
> Please reply all with any suggestions you'd like to make.
> Zak Rogoff // Campaigns Manager
> Free Software Foundation
May I suggest adding hardware from current or recent fundraising
campaigns?, projects like EOMA68 and Talos, which the FSF has talked
about positively in the past.
Despite EOMA68's campaign having ended successfully, it's still
possible to order a Libre Tea Computer Card and accessories from
Crowdsupply to be delivered next year. The Libre Tea could be
compared to Raspberry Pi or any other single board computer limited
by proprietary software for that matter.
Talos is only offering Debian and CentOS in their campaign perks at
the moment, but time ago I read that Trisquel support was planned.
I wonder whether that could make the ethical cut to this year's Giving
Guide. Maybe there's a way to square Debian with the fact that Talos
is aimed at power users, assuming no extra proprietary bits are going
to be added by Talos.
I see this is as a great opportunity to direct more attention to
modern free software-friendly hardware proposals.
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