Free Software Directory:Participate/maintainers

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  • Text for contacting maintainers of actively developed packages without outdated entries:


I was looking through the Free Software Directory <> and found your package (link to entry), but it seems the entry is quite out of date. Thousands of users rely on the directory when looking for free software, so keeping the entry up to date ensures they know that it is under active development. Would consider updating your entry to let people know about the great work you've been doing? Anyone can update the directory as it is a wiki built by volunteers. If you need help we have weekly meetings in #fsf on Freenode. We hope you'll join us in helping users find the free software they need. Thank you.

suggestion from mangeurdenuage

  • Text for a general call to action:

The spirit of the free/libre software movement is based on the freedom of it's community. We all around the world we help anyone without consideration, so that everyone can be liberated from their burden of chains that non-free software imposed on them.

If you too want to help people take back their freedoms, to liberate them from unethical restrains, please join us now and share your time to maintain software that was orphaned by their maintainers or to maintain the free software directories so that people could easily find, take back and defend their freedoms.

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