Happy Document Freedom Day

Ahoy hoy Community,
today is the last Wednesday in March, meaning that it’s Document Freedom Day.

On this day we celebrate information accessibility and try to raise awareness of Open Standards. Checkout the DFD Website to find out more about why this is important.

To show our support for DFD, the FSFE Fellowship Group Linz organized an information booth in Linz, near the Passage City Center. Feel free to visit us if you’re in the area. In the evening, the fhLUG is holding an open discussion round about Open Standards in HS6. We hope to see you there.

In the meantime, have a great Document Freedom Day!

March 26th - Document Freedom Day

Author: Simon Hornbachner

I studied Secure Information Systems and as such, like to call myself a security engineer with a passion for Free Software and DevOps. I'm very interested in combining FLOSS tools and DevOps principles to solve problems like Patch Management, Log Management, Security Event Management or Vulnerabilty Assessment. I strongly believe in Software Freedom and copyleft as a tool to improve Software Freedom overall. This is why, apart from my involvement with the fhLUG, I volunteer for FSFE by being a member of the Austrian team and by coordinating the local group in Linz.

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