Great news from @kde: the KDE Framework is fully compliant, so perfectly reusable from a copyright/licensing perspective – and this is just the start of their journey!

Excellent work and yet another example that REUSE is suited also for large and old projects.

cordlandwehr.wordpress.com/202

Developing is fun, providing and information is not. Join my 15min talk today at 13:20 in H.2215 to see how can fix this – simple guidelines, nice tooling, everyone's happy (at least a bit more)!

fosdem.org/2020/schedule/event

You are at and can spare 15 minutes to learn how efficient and clean licensing of code works? Join my talk about on Sunday, and meet me at the @fsfe booth

fosdem.org/2020/schedule/event

adoption increases every day. Today I learnt that Jens Lechtenbörger made his presentations REUSE compliant. Yet another small but important step towards making licensing easier to understand for everyone.

blogs.fsfe.org/jens.lechtenboe
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You are at and interested in license compliance? Join my talk about in 15 minutes (16:20) in room Rhône 1! It's a project by the @fsfe to make licensing easier for everyone.

osseu19.sched.com/event/05a327

On my way to in Lyon! Looking forward to my tomorrow's talk about and how the @fsfe makes licensing easier for developers and re-users with three simple steps.

osseu19.sched.com/event/05a327

The latest version of the helper tool is also available on Arch Linux (via AUR) now. Check it out and use it to make your project's licensing clear and simple!
aur.archlinux.org/packages/reu

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