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Sponsors and supporters 2024

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Don't want to read it all? These generous sponsors have made Software Freedom Day possible in 2024. We want to thank them for their support!

Your contribution would enable us to organize more events every year, help promote Software Freedom, Hardware Freedom, Open Standards and OER around the world. Read our post if you also want to contribute.

Thank you very much for our generous sponsors and supporters:

SERVICE Sponsors

Linode Linode has been generously supporting Digital Freedom Foundation for many years by offering VPS hosting for our website and organization needs.
mailman logo  Mailman3.com is offering mailing lists for the projects of the Digital Freedom Foundation.
digital peak Digital Peak is the creator of Joomla! extensions like DP Calendar and DP Media to add functionality to your website. They are offering a free premium subscription to their GPL-licensed DP Calendar for development in this website.
   

 

Friends of the Digital Freedom Foundation

There are hundreds - if not thousands - of software projects out there that foster software freedom. We're grateful for all of them. There are a few organisations that earned a special spot on the timeline of the DFF.

FSF

 The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is a non-profit with a worldwide mission to promote computer user freedom.

FSFE

Free Software Foundation Europe is a charity that empowers users to control technology.

Software is deeply involved in all aspects of our lives. Free Software gives everybody the rights to use, understand, adapt, and share software. These rights help support other fundamental rights like freedom of speech, freedom of press, and privacy.

 
Joomla! The main websites of the DFF run on Joomla - without their powerful and flexible ecosystem, it wouldn't be possible to develop our organisation to what it is today.
creative commons The Creative Commons organisation strives to create a framework enabling sharing knowledge and cultural works respectfully. They share the same ideals as the Software Freedom movement and enable us to use works from other artists while still respecting their efforts.

Media Sponsors

These magazines show their support by spreading the word through their media channels:

fullcircle   linuxmagazine