Hey folks, just wanted to post this because I noticed it today.
Many of you all probably know about Stallman, and have heard the FSF from his books and the many projects that they support. It’s a non-profit that supports software users rights and promotes, you guessed it, free software.
As with most nonprofits, the funding for the FSF comes in the form of membership - a monthly/yearly contribution in exchange for being a member. For some publishing companies, this means access to their journals, but for the FSF, you get a bunch of other things. Here is a list of the ones you all might be most interested in:
The membership cost is $10 a month, or a lump sum of $120 dollars a year. If you are a student, that price is halved.
The best part about this? Because FSF is a 501©(3) charity, your membership fee is tax deductible.
Also, if you want, you can optionally receive a slim USB membership card that is loaded with Trisquel Live.
The Free Software Foundation does a lot for us, and they are about $370k under their goal for the end of the year. Please consider becoming a member, to help them continue their work.Join Here
(kindly reshared from reddit)