Local FSFE groups
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.
Find a local group near you
Currently inactive groups
Some groups have existed in the past but currently fell inactive. Check out the former groups to see if you can rekindle the fire:
...or start a local group:
If there is no group in your region yet or if the group does not have regular meetings at the moment we encourage you to start your own. For help with setting up a local group, see our Local Group Meeting Howto and/or get in contact our community coordinator.
FSFE country teams are teams with members of the same language and/or cultural area or within the same national administration who mainly organise them online via mailing-list and other tools and often without physical meetings. As local teams, every country team has a coordinator and if you like to join a country team, you should reach out to the coordinators in charge.
Established country teams
Currently inactive country teams
Some country teams have existed in the past but currently fell inactive. Check out the former groups to see if you can rekindle the fire: