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Chris Nicol FLOSS Prize winners announced

6 June 2014
BARCELONA 6 June 2014 () -

_The suspense is over!

Nominations deadline for the global award to recognise projects promoting FLOSS extended till May 8

PRAGUE 30 April 2014 (KN for APCNews)

Nominations deadline for APC Chris Nicol FLOSS prize, a global award to recognize outstanding FLOSS initiatives, has been extended till May 8. The award recognises initiatives that are making it easy for people to start using free/libre and open source software (FLOSS), and it will be awarded to a person or group doing extraordinary work in this area.

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Deadline extended: Nominations open for global award to recognise projects promoting FLOSS

MONTREAL 31 March 2014 (APCNews)

The APC Chris Nicol FLOSS Prize recognises initiatives that are making it easy for people to start using free/libre and open source software (FLOSS). Individual or group nominations for the prize will be collected until 8 May 2014 at midnight UTC.

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Nominations open for global award to recognise projects promoting FLOSS

26 March 2014
MONTREAL 26 March 2014 () -

 APCChris Nicol. Photo: APCNote: Deadline has been extended to 8 May.

The APC Chris Nicol FLOSS Prize recognises initiatives that are making it easy for people to start using free/libre and open source software (FLOSS).

SPACE Kerala celebrates Free Software Day, bringing free computer training to rural Wayanad

26 September 2013 (APCNews)

APC member in India SPACE Kerala and the Ms Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSFR) are building a free-software-based, community computing centre in the rural village of Kolagappara.

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For us, free software is not just about software

JOHANNESBURG 20 August 2013 (AG for APCNews)

The APC network is enthusiastic about its newest member from India, SPACE Kerala. SPACE’s membership comes at a critical time when APC has renewed its commitment to implementing and promoting the use of Transformative Technologies. To mark this occasion and introduce SPACE, APCNews interviewed Executive Director Arun Madhavan.

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South Sudan: The #OSJUBA event stresses early moves by net activists

Imagine a city torn by war, overwhelmed with daily influx of people from the countryside, becoming the capital of a country from one day to the next. And then picture crazy computer people ruffled together in an abandoned supermarket, thousands of kilometres away, in another city, trying to fix the first city. These two images put together are called #OSJUBA. OS for open source and Juba for the capital of the latest country in the world, South Sudan.

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Juba, the world's first open source city?

JUBA 20 June 2012 (Stephen Kovats for r0g media)

In the age of social networks, citizen media and digital collaboration, #OSJUBA seeks to apply the means and tools of creative open source culture to post-conflict development. #OSJUBA hosts their first event on June 21, 2012 in Berlin to mobilise free culture, accessible technologies and hacktivist communities in creating a vision for the new capital of South Sudan.

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Poland: Acting Together Against ACTA

POZNAŃ 26 April 2012 (FD for APCNews)

Recent human rights battles have shown the world that Poland’s civil society is alive and kicking. APCNews contacted Michał “rysiek” Woźniak, chairman of the Free and Open Source Foundation, to discuss human rights, the internet and ACTA.

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