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Join the Free Software Foundation on Friday September 25 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT for the Free Software Directory IRC meetings, in the #fsf Freenode (registration) moderated by the FSF staff, or the #fsd HackInt (registration) channel! (IRC rules | IRC clients)

Our day and time is right now: Wednesday 20:02 EDT   —— meeting is tomorrow
Run this terminal program in a GNU/Linux system terminal to see the meeting start time in your time zone:
date --date='TZ="America/New_York" 12:00 this Fri'

Regardless of the topic, administrators will verify and approve new software proposed by users, correct existing pages and provide technical assistance publicly in the channel. All users are welcome.



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