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On Friday 19th of October, 2019 starting 11:00 AM CEST we will update the operating system of the server running wiki.fsfe.org. During this time there might be outages of the wiki.
Please wait for a couple of minutes and try again if you see an error. For further questions please send a mail to <<MailTo(system-hackers AT lists DOT fsfe DOT org)>> or <<MailTo(WikiCareTakers AT lists DOT fsfe DOT org)>>.
Maintenance completed: Friday 19th of October, 2019 12:45 PM CEST
As a local FSFE group, please feel welcome to organise local events in your area, and to publicly declare your group as the organiser of these events. FSFE's core team and staff are happy to support you in any way they can, so don't hesitate to ask for any kind of help you need.
Local FSFE groups are where people come together locally to organise activities and talk about topics regarding the mission of FSFE and/or Free Software. Every official FSFE group has a coordinator that organises the meetings and can be your first contact to get in touch. Local FSFE meetings are covered by our Code of Conduct. In addition to local groups, there are also topical teams that might be interesting to you.
Teams have a topical focus in their work. They are not to be confused with LocalGroups which meet in a specific area. The people working in a team may or may not be located in the region on which they focus their political work. Teams can also revolve around a general topic.
These pages contain important information for your life in the FSFE! Technical documentation and helpful guides.
This section contains an overview of the services run by teams of the FSFE. Most services are based on volunteers so please support them if you can!
This page lists all supporters that created their user page on the Wiki.
Information for FSFE employees, regarding documentation about internal systems, financial matters, office maintenance, etc. is mostly access restricted and can be found here.
Categories are a non-hierarchical means to organize information in this wiki. They should not be used in place of namespaces, but in addition to them (think of categories as a way to add tags to your pages).
You can use any of these pages as templates for new pages:
The page you are viewing right now desires to have a special place
Pages generated automatically by the Wiki system can help to gain an overview and can be useful for maintenance.