Welcome to the Software Freedom Day Wiki - 2023
This SFD Wiki is organized by the Digital Freedom Foundation DFF.
Software Freedom Day is 16 September 2023.
A team URL will be country/city/team or country/state/city/team when it makes sense. A team page MUST be separated from the city page. Thank you.
To create / find a teampage, simply go to SFD 2023
Read the StartGuide to get started!
To see some of the groups with online events
Artwork - The current SFD logo, banners, magazine ad, tshirts design, and so forth.
EventSlogans- Some slogans / themes of SFD events.
101 Reasons to use FOSS - It's a work in progress page to list out reasons why we use FOSS / systems!
SFDtalks - Recorded talks, videos, lectures about SFD from this and previous years
GetInvolved - How to get involved in SFD
SfdContactingSchool - How to get your local schools talking about Free Software on Software Freedom Day!
Marketing ideas - How to reach people online and ask them to attend.
SFD 2023 Song Contest - Join in on the SFD 2023 song competition.
FSF Freedom Challenge Contest - Please participate in the FSF's Freedom contest in honor of Software Freedom Day. Prizes are available.
Social Networks - Some social network links related to SFD.
General FAQ - If you have any question in general, try to look for an answer from FAQ. You can also post your question there and get an answer later.
Sponsors and Partners - This page is to give credits to all the organizations / people who give SFD supports.
Host a virtual SFD event or share part of your local event virtually. Celebrate SFD live with other people around the world.
WikiLicense - Licensing Policy of the SFD Wiki
WikiFaq - If you have any question regarding the Wiki, try to look for an answer from FAQ. You can also post your question there and get an answer later.
WikiWishList - Put your suggestions here, what we should change, add or remove in the Wiki. We will do our best to address them.
WikiEditingTips - Some tips on how to edit Wiki pages.
WikiFeatures - Things this Wiki can do.
Software Freedom Day's mailing lists are a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest Software Freedom Day news and communicate with others organizing events for Software Freedom Day. You can compare notes and ask questions on the discussion list.
We have a #SoftwareFreedomDay matrix channel if you have further questions, suggestions or just want to volunteer to help out.
Our social media accounts are another great way to receive communications and announcements from the Digital Freedom Foundation about Software Freedom Day and other events.
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