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Download Open Source software easily and securely
If one of your purposes for 2020 is to replace the proprietary software in your devices with Open Source alternatives, we recommend you visit FossHub. This is a website containing free Open Source ...
Why giving Free Software this Christmas?
Christmas is just around the corner and surely in your shopping list to surprise your loved ones there are technological items. Before buying them, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) invites you on...
The source explorer Sourcetrail is now free and Open Source
All the founding members of the Sourcetrail project have agreed to change their business model: they have published their code in GitHub and they are going to finance the development and maintenanc...
Join the XIV Free Software University Contest
Registrations are now open to the XIV Free Software University Contest powered by the University of Seville and the University of Huelva. All university students, middle and upper grade students of...
We are first finalists in Open Awards 2019!
Our Open Source VDI project for the Public Centre for Social Welfare in Eupen (Belgium) is the first of the three finalists that will opt for the recognition of Best Success Story in the Open Award...
UDS Enterprise at the 2019 Open Awards
For the fourth year in a row, the Open Awards 2019 are back, the most important awards in the open technologies sector in Europe. These awards give recognition to companies, administrations, person...
FLISoL 2019 will be held this Saturday
The Latin American Festival of Free Software Installation 2019 (FLISoL) will be held simultaneously in many cities throughout Latin America and European countries such as Spain or Germany this Satu...
Asturias is committed to using Free Software in public administration
At the end of last week the Asturian parliament marked a milestone in the adoption of Free Software in Spain. The majority of the deputies voted “yes” to the proposal made by the Pica Pica HackLab ...