Document Freedom Day (DFD) is a global day for document liberation. It will be a day of grassroots effort to educate the public about the importance of Open Document Formats and Open Standards in general.

Complementary to Software Freedom Day, we aim to have local teams all over the world organise events on the last Wednesday of March. This is the forth year that Document Freedom Day is happening, and we are again looking for people around the world who are willing to join the effort.

DFD's main goals are:

  • promotion and adoption of free document formats
  • forming a global network
  • coordination of activities that happen on last Wednesday of March, Document Freedom Day

Once a year, we will celebrate Document Freedom Day as a global community. Between those days, DFD will be focused on facilitating community action and building awareness for issues of Document Freedom and Open Standards. We hope that you will join the DFD community.

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Get involved!

There are many ways to get involved on DFD 2011. You can help by:

  • Putting a banner on your website
  • Writing a blog post
  • Organising an event at your city
  • Helping the campaign financially

Are you organising an event?

Subscribe to our coordination mailing list!

Please send us information about your event!
Email us what, when, where, who to contact and link to your activity!

Support Document Freedom Day 2011!

If you like the Document Feedom Day campaign, consider donating to its organiser: the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE). You can contribute by all means of payment accepted by PayPal. PayPal does not have setup charges, monthly charges, or gateway fees, it does however take 1.9% + $0.30 USD of each transaction.

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