[Discussioni] Fwd: 32 Free Software Pact supporters elected to the European Parliament ERRORE

Marie-Odile Morandi mbottoli a voyager.archi.it
Mer 28 Maggio 2014 17:27:34 CEST


Publicazione ufficiale dall'April qui 

Gli eletti al Parlemento europeo e firmatari del Patto per il Software 
libero sono 33 e non 32...
La FSFE poteva avere la cortesia di aspettare che chi di dovere avesse 
ultimato il lavoro!

Marie-odile Morandi
Adhérente April <http://www.april.org>
Groupe Transcriptions

Le 28/05/2014 16:18, Francesco Potortì a écrit :
> ------- Start of forwarded message -------
> Date: Wed, 28 May 2014 15:38:07 +0200 (CEST)
> From: press a fsfeurope.org
> Subject: [FSFE PR][EN] FSFE: 32 Free Software Pact supporters elected to the
>   European	Parliament
> To: press-release a fsfeurope.org
> Reply-to: press a fsfeurope.org, pr a fsfeurope.org
> Organization: Free Software Foundation Europe
>   = FSFE: 32 Free Software Pact supporters elected to the European Parliament =
> [ Read online: https://fsfe.org/news/2014/news-20140528-01.en.html ]
> The European elections have brought 32 Free Software supporters into the
> new European Parliament. Candidates across the political spectrum signed
> the Free Software Pact[1], promising to support Free Software and Open
> Standards during their time in Parliament. Out of 162 signatories, 32
> were elected
> "We congratulate the fresh MEPs on their election, and would like to
> thank everyone who signed the Free Sotware Pact," says Karsten Gerloff,
> president of the Free Software Foundation Europe. "Europe deserves more
> software freedom. We rely on these MEPS to make sure that Europeans can
> be in full control of the computers they use. FSFE will be happy to
> support them in this important effort."
> The Free Software Pact campaign is run by April[2] and supported by FSFE
> and other Free Software organisations. Candidates who signed the pact
> stated their support for Free Software and Open Standards in politics,
> law and administration. Free Software activists all over Europe
> collected 162 signatures from candidates across the political spectrum
> in 16 countries. France is Europeans country with the highest number of
> successful elected signatories, followed by Germany and Slovenia.
> FSFE's outreach coordinator Erik Albers says: "Please join us in
> continuing the push for software freedom in the Parliament. Contact your
> Member of the new European Parliament and get her or him to sign the
> Free Software Pact! Europe needs their support for Free Software and
> Open Standards."
> - - More information:  April's press release on the Free Software Pact
>    results in France[3]
> - - List of all Free Software Pact signatures[4]
> - -- 
> Free Software Foundation Europe <https://fsfe.org>
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> Upcoming FSFE Events <https://fsfe.org/events/events.en.rss>
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> Free Software Discussions <https://fsfe.org/contact/community.en.html>
>   1. http://freesoftwarepact.eu/
>   2. http://april.org
>   3. http://www.april.org/free-software-pact-162-signataires-dans-16-pays-17-signataires-francais-elus
>   4. http://freesoftwarepact.eu/europarl2014/
>    == About the Free Software Foundation Europe ==
>    The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) is a non-profit
>    non-governmental organisation active in many European countries and
>    involved in many global activities. Access to software determines
>    participation in a digital society. To secure equal participation in
>    the information age, as well as freedom of competition, the Free
>    Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) pursues and is dedicated to the
>    furthering of Free Software, defined by the freedoms to use, study,
>    modify and copy. Founded in 2001, creating awareness for these issues,
>    securing Free Software politically and legally, and giving people
>    Freedom by supporting development of Free Software are central issues
>    of the FSFE.
>    http://fsfe.org/
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