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LibreHealth’s Michael Downey on Why He’s a Conservancy Supporter

by Brett Smith on January 2, 2017

Michael Downey is one of the developers at the helm of our newest member project, LibreHealth. He was eager for the project to join Conservancy because, as he put it, the organization is “a really important player taking on responsibilties that are often neglected in our projects.” Join Michael as a Conservancy Supporter now to help us continue to provide these services to more projects.

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Debian’s Luke Faraone on Why He’s a Conservancy Supporter

by Brett Smith on December 28, 2016

Luke Faraone is a Debian developer involved in our Debian Copyright Aggregation Project. He’s also a Conservancy Supporter because, in his words, Conservancy is “one of the best defenders of the ideals of free software.” Join Luke as a Conservancy Supporter today to help sustain that important work through 2017.

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Chromium's Alice Boxhall Explains Why She Supports Conservancy

by Brett Smith on December 20, 2016

Alice Boxhall helps develop Chromium, with a focus on accessibility features. In this video, she talks about some of her favorite Conservancy member projects and why she supports the organization. Do you want free software to be for everyone too? Support Conservancy today!

Tags: conservancy, supporter, Member Projects

QEMU's Stefan Hajnoczi on Why He's a Conservancy Supporter

by Karen Sandler on December 12, 2016

In this video, Stefan Hajnoczi, free software developer and contributor to QEMU, briefly explains why QEMU joined Conservancy and why he is a Conservancy Supporter. Join Stefan and join now!

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