Talk:Free Software Foundation Europe
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Criteria for person list
FSFE#Persons behind FSFE doesn't seem to have any criteria for who should and shouldn't be included. If the list is on an FSFE webpage, it should just be linked to rather than reproduced. Anyone got any suggestions for what would be a useful criteria for inclusion in this list? Or should it remain at all? Gronky 14:14, 3 July 2007 (UTC)
- The list is almost entirely made up of non-notable people according to Wikipedia's standards, and I think it should be removed. Instead FSFE's president could be mentioned somewhere in the article. Most (or all?) of the names are available on FSFE's team page, which is already a link in the article. - Kaare 13:51, 6 July 2007 (UTC)
Logo and license
Both are wrong, I think. this page not only contains what would appear to be a new logo, but also points out that there are restrictions on use (yay non-free GFDL!) - for this reason, I reckon we should delete this image. Chris Cunningham (talk) 14:41, 7 January 2008 (UTC)
The page says: "The Logo of the FSFE must never be used in a way that could be understood as endorsing certain activities, home pages, products or entities without prior consent of the FSFE. Please contact <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you wish to know whether your intended usage is suitable and whether you can use it in a certain context." So it's probably ok to use the logo here! --Hugord (talk) 16:40, 13 March 2012 (UTC)
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This page was devoid of a Criticism part so I thought in the interest of a balanced view that I should contribute.
Apparel. Recently I was given the exciting oppoutunity to go to FOSDEM and listen and talk to the FSFE stand in brussels. Unfortunately most of the staff just acted like drones and instead of opeing the debate just simply asked me if I had a sweatshirt or not, implying that I wasn't really in the spirit of things if I didn't comply with their suggestions. So, I went to FOSDEM and got the FSFE sweatshirt, but most of the 'engine' of their activity seemed to just be about 'compliance' with their methods and ways. I have looked all over the internet and I cannot find any 'in' into the world or debate that should be unleashed in the software sceptre and I find that the only way to act in such a way is to be like rms , become a double doctor in computer science and put on expensive talks. Unforunately , I'm not that active as I'm taking on the likes of google in my websites on a daily basis. However, the sweatshirt that I bought for £27 simply had a FSFE droidlogo on the front and a "FREE SOFTWARE, FREE SOCIETY" message on the back. I live in a very critical small community and the overall message of free software is one of 'bemusement' and not-yet spelling out the 4 freedoms that gnu-ware aspires to. My 2 cents. (oh and dont put it in the wash over 50 degrees ) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 15:10, 9 April 2012 (UTC)