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Document Freedom Day delivers messages of interoperability around the world

25 March:

Over the following 24 hours Open Standards will be celebrated to the ends of the earth. The Document Freedom Day campaign for interoperability is being enacted from Tokyo to Rio, and Birmingham to Taipei. 41 Events are taking place in 18 countries so far.

OpenStreetMap receives Document Freedom Day Award

24 March:

The OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) has been awarded the Document Freedom Day UK Award for pioneering work on emerging standards at a ceremony in Birmingham. OSMF representatives attended the ceremony at the Friends of the Earth building, where Brian Prangle, long term OpenStreetMap contributor, received the award from Anna Morris on behalf of the Document Freedom Day campaign for Open Standards.

Special Libre Graphics Mag blog series coming next week

21 March:

Look out for a new article each day by Linux Graphics Magazine next week to celebrate Document Freedom Day. The print publication uses Free Software for it's own graphics and layout, and Open Standard formats for distribution, regularly covers new tools and filetypes within it's pages.

Free promotional packs available

11 March:

Posters, stickers, leaflets and fliers are all included in the free promotional packs that are available for ordering in the Document Freedom Day store now. With only two weeks remaining until the day itself, now is the time to place your order.

Commons Machinery sponsors Document Freedom Day

03 March:

Today Commons Machinery, the development company providing commons related services, has joined Document Freedom Day 2014 as a sponsor.

Registration opens for Document Freedom Day 2014

27 February:

Today registration opens for Document Freedom Day 2014 events. This year the campaign day is March 26th, when people who believe in fair access to communications technology and Open Standards will again present, perform, and demonstrate. Event organisers can now register on the re-launched documentfreedom.org website.

Advert for DFD2014 in Linux Voice

25 February:

On February 27th, the debut edition of Linux Voice magaine will appear in newsagents across Great Britain, with distribution throughout Europe and the rest of the world following shortly after. We're delighted that a half page advert for Document Freedom Day 2014 appears in this edition, on page 20!

New guide to claiming funding for DFD prizes

15 February:

We've published a new guide to claiming funding for groups that are awarding a Document Freedom Day Prize this year. In a nutshell: tell us you need money, then send us receipts. Simple.

All the artwork is now on Gitorious

04 February:

To understand how the river flows, you better trace its source. In our case, we've switched to publicly hosting all Document Freedom Day artwork on Gitorious. That means that everyone can browse the most up to date source files from the convenience of their web browser, including vector graphics, and hi-res versions ready for pro-printing.

Freedom Floppy t-shirts have arrived

04 February:

"I need to want to wear these shirts" said Anna, volunteer t-shirt Project Manager. "Less geek more chic".

Document Freedom Day 2014 is looking for a cartoonist

21 November:

For Document Freedom Day 2014, a cartoon strip explaining the concept of Open Standards will be commissioned. It will be understandable by children and adults alike and should explain the freedoms that Open Standards provide as well as why they're important to everyone.

Document Freedom Day 2013 Report

19 April:

Thanks to the hard work of local groups around the world, Document Freedom Day 2013 was larger than ever, with 60 events in 30 countries. Several of these were celebrating for the first time, including Niger, Indonesia, and the United States. Open Standards are international by nature - they can be implemented by anyone, anywhere, and the more widely they're used, the more compatible society becomes. That's why Document Freedom Day's global reach is so important, and why it's so exciting to see it grow.

taz.die tageszeitung receives Document Freedom Germany Award

27 March:

The German newspaper taz.die tageszeitung (TAZ) receives this year's Document Freedom Day award. With this award, the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) and the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure (FFII) honour organisations that make exemplary use of Open Standards.

Document Freedom Day from Brussels to Taiwan: Open Standards celebrated in 30 countries

27 March:

In 30 countries around the world, activists are celebrating Open Standards on today's Document Freedom Day, an annual campaign to promote Open Standards. More than 50 groups are hosting events around the world, from Brussels to Nicaragua to Taiwan.

Lessons from Lessig – Prestigious thinker calls for Document Freedom.

15 March:

Lawrence Lessig, Director of the Safra Center for Ethics, Professor of Law at Harvard and founder of The Stanford Center for Internet and Society, has recently expressed his support for Document Freedom Day (DFD).

2013 Event registration now open

25 February:

Today event registration opens for Document Freedom Day 2013, March 27th. Local teams can add details of their activities to DocumentFreedom.org, and have them marked on the global campaign map.

Neelie Kroes reage depois de receber as algemas DFD - DFD

20 April:

Como sabe, para encerrar a nossa edição 2012 do Document Freedom Day, enviámos algemas a 100 políticos, e outras personalidades públicas, pedindo-lhes para considerar o problema da falta de uso de Normas Abertas, simbolizado por "algemas digitais".

Report of Document Freedom Day 2012

05 April:

Document Freedom Day 2012 was a great success! America, Asia, Africa and Europe celebrated together Open Standards at 54 events. It is no doubt that DFD is growing and we believe that it will be even more successful next year. So what about having look at what happened around the world on 28th of March? And what has the Pope to do with Open Standards? Read our detailed report to find out.

Document Freedom Day chega ao fim mas não acaba!

29 March:

Hoje às 12:00 UTC marca o fim do Document Freedom Day 2012. Obrigado a todos pela vossa motivação e esforço para celebrar o Document Freedom Day em todo o mundo sem fronteiras! Foram registados 52 eventos em 24 países e juntos conseguímos alertar as pessoas sobre o tema dos Formatos Abertos em 19 línguas diferentes! Todos os eventos registados cobriram um período de 21 horas dedicadas à acessibilidade da informação - do Japão a Colombia.

Prémio Liberdade Documental para a Comissão Eslovaca para a Standardização

28 March:

A Free Software Foundation Europe premiou a Comissão Eslovaca para a Standardização dos Sistemas de Informação da Administração Pública e os seus grupos de trabalho com o Prémio Liberdade Documental esta semana. A Comissão foi premiada pelo seu longo compromisso e resultados obtidos no campo dos Formatos Abertos. O prémio foi apresentado pela ocasição do Document Freedom Day, o dia internacional dos Formatos Abertos.

Tanta coisa a acontecer - Actualizações via microblog

28 March:

Há tanta coisa a acontecer neste momento. Não somos capazes de escrever uma notícia para cada evento. Se quer tiver informação actualizada, por favor dê uma olhada à nossa conta de microblogging e siga a hash-tag "dfd" na status.net ou no twitter. Alem disso estamos ainda a receber novos eventos a toda a hora. Desde já obrigado a todos vocês!

Começa o Document Freedom Day!

27 March:

O dia de hoje marca o começo do Document Freedom Day 2012 às 10.00 UTC, 00.00 UTC +14. O primeiro evento acontece em Nagoya, a terceira maior cidade Japonesa, seguida de eventos em Yuli, Taiwan e Jakarta, Indonesia.

Eventos DFD 2012

23 March:

O DFD deste ano aproxima-se rapidamente, e nós já podemos dizer que vamos ter um bom ano: Mais de 30 eventos foram registado na América do Sul, África, Europa, Ásia e Oceania. No entanto, tanto nós como você podemos fazer muito melhor, e ainda há tempo para registar e organizar um evento. América do Norte, África, Oceania e Ásia precisam desesperadamente de mais eventos. Além disso, enquanto a Europa Central está bem coberta, as partes Oeste, Este e Norte da Europa podiam ter mais alguns eventos. Para organizar um evento, pode juntar ideias dos eventos destacados em baixo, ou dar uma olhada à nossa página de eventos.

Artigo: Mandamento para formatos minimalistas - Ser um Standard Aberto não é suficiente

23 March:

Com o Document Freedom Day a vir na Quarta-Feira, a FSFE está a publicar um artigo pelo co-fundador da FSFE Bernhard Reiter. Ele discute o que faz um bom formato de dados, e diz que os Standards Abertos são bons, mas que temos de ir ainda mais longe. A sua questão central para os formatos de dados é "Podemos simplificá-los?". O artigo está actualmente em Alemão, traduções são bem vindas.

Algemas - DFD

21 March:

Sabe de um certo político que deveria realmente aprender mais sobre Standards Abertos? Tentou explicar a importância dos Standards Abertos ao seu chefe, amigos, administração local ou serviço, mas sem resultados? Iria o apoio do mundo exterior ajudar? Definitivamente! Informe a nossa equipa do Document Freedom Day (DFD) sobre a sua situação e nós iremos enviar uma prenda gratuita e inesquecível ao seu contacto para os ajudar a aprender mais sobre o poder dos Standards Abertos.

Medzinárodné ocenenie slovenskej Komisie pre štandardizáciu ISVS

15 March:

Európske združenie Free Software Foundation Europe, e.V., so sídlom v Berlíne udelí dňa 26.3.2012 o 9:30 na pôde Ministerstva Financií SR, slovenskej Komisii pre štandardizáciu ISVS a jej pracovným skupinám symbolickú cenu - Document Freedom Award, za ich viacročné úsilie ako aj dosiahnuté výsledky v oblasti presadzovania otvorených štandardov. Cena bude odovzdaná pri príležitosti dňa otvorených štandardov ako súčasť celosvetovej akcie Document Freedom Day 2012.

Chamada a Artistas de Street Art

30 January:

No dia 28 de Março de 2012 vamos fazer uma campanha para a libertação documental - o Document Freedom Day 2012. Nesta ocasião, gostavamos de o convidar a ajudar-nos a promover a sua ideia base através da sua arte.

Become a supporting organisation for Document Freedom Day 2012

27 January:

To make these plans a reality, we need your support as a partner of Document Freedom Day 2012! Talk with your friends/regional groups, and think about activities and events that you could organise to promote Open Standards. We would be happy to help you with ideas, prize-giving, and finding sponsors.

FSFE calls for nominations for the Document Freedom Award

10 January:

This year for the fourth time, the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) will assign the Document Freedom Award on the 28th of March 2012. With the Document Freedom Award, the FSFE and the FFII like to honor German institutes or enterprises that made an outstanding contribution for the spread and the use of Open Standards. The Document Freedom Award is granted each year during the Document Freedom Day, the international day to celebrate the importance of Open Standards

Restructuring Website

06 January:

As you might have noticed, we are currently restructuring the website. The design was changed, as well as the front page and we updated our contact information.

Tagesschau.de awarded for the use of Open Standards

30 March:

Today the ARD internet platform Tagesschau.de will receive an award for the use of Open Standards at the "Document Freedom Day". The prize is awarded by the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) and the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure e.V. (FFII) for offering the broadcasted shows also in the free video format "Ogg Theora".

Document Freedom Day celebrated around the world

30 March:

Today, activists in 37 cities around the world are raising awareness for Open Standards and open document formats. In workshops, talks and other events, they are explaining why Open Standards and Free Software are crucial to a free and competitive information society.

Procura-se Coordenadores: Celebrando Padrões Abertos em 30 de março

22 February:

Sua cidade pode hospedar o Dia da Liberdade dos Documentos (DFD) no próximo 30 de março, como parte de uma campanha global para celebrar a importância de padrões abertos e formatos de documentos abertos em todo o mundo.

Livre para ler, livre para escrever: Celebrando o Dia da Liberdade dos Documentos 2011

02 February:

A Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) convida indivíduos, grupos da comunidade e instituições a celebrar o Dia da Liberdade dos Documentos (DFD) no dia 30 de março. DFD é um dia de ação global para celebrar padrões abertos e formatos de documentos abertos, e sua importância. Padrões abertos garantem a liberdade de acesso aos seus dados, e a liberdade de criar Softwares Livres que possam escrever e ler dados nesses formatos específicos.

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