The Free Software Foundation Is Trying To Figure Out Its Future
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 9 January 2016 at 02:14 PM EST. 27 Comments
GNU --
The Free Software Foundation is more than 30 years old now and in charting a potential new course for the organization, they are looking for your help by filling out a survey.

The FSF is looking for "your feedback, your suggestions, and your vision for the future of the FSF." Now through the end of the month they are running a survey for helping plot the new course for the Free Software Foundation.

Taking the survey they are looking toward where they should focus their energy over the next five years on matters like freedom on the networm, DRM, license education, software patents, development, hardware, adoption, and other topics.

More details on this survey can be found via the FSF.org news announcement.
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