Call for events: Be a part of Document Freedom Day 2015

Erik Albers eal at
Wed Feb 25 17:47:29 UTC 2015

Dear List,

FSFE launched Document Freedom Day campaign this week. Here is the official
text, taken from:
	(by now in 10 languages!)

Please help spreading the word or get active by running a local event.


Document Freedom Day (#DFD2015) is a global campaign for document
liberation, with grassroots events throughout the world taking place on
March 25, 2015. Add your voice to this worldwide celebration of Open
Standards, and register your DFD event for 2015![1]

Every year since 2008, people who care about a free information society
celebrate Document Freedom Day to raise awareness of Open Standards[2].
On this day activists around the world come together to talk about
access to communications, run local public activities, and generally
spread the word about Open Standards in a dozen different ways. Be part
of the movement and sign up your DFD team today![3]

 == How to get involved ==

    "Every year, the most important part of this campaign is being done
    by people just like yourself that run local events around the world.
    For this, we have made it easier than ever to organise an event"
    says Erik Albers, head of the international Document Freedom Day
    team. "We are offering promotion materials[4] in many languages, and
    artwork you can remix, share and improve[5] to publicise your own

To coordinate this year's DFD campaign, FSFE's Document Freedom Day team
has also built a shiny new website[6], making it easier for you to get
in touch with other people participating in DFD around the world, and
with FSFE's campaign staff.

If you are running a local event, we may be able to offer funding of
your local activities or your local print runs[7] - thanks to DFD's
generous sponsors[8]. To get inspired, take a look at what other groups
from Mexico to Japan did last year[9].



Erik Albers |
Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) - Campaigns & Community

		Free as in Freedom!

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