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Last update: 2007-10-09

FSFE/FTF Project Status

[Free Software Foundation Europe — concluded in 2010]

FTF issued a complete document "Licensing questions and other legal issues", intended to be used in training courses by the Freedom Task Force.

The FTF informal legal network is constantly growing. Countries where FTF has contacted one or more lawyers are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Ireland (legal researchers), Poland, Portugal, Greece, Germany, Serbia (legal researchers), Spain, Sweden (legal researchers), Switzerland, The Netherlands, and UK. Additionally, legal contacts were made in Taiwan, Singapore, Canada, and the USA. New contacts are being fostered in Australia.

On the moment, FTF coordinates the public announcement of KDE's adoption of the Fiduciary Licence Agreement (FLA). FTF together with gpl-violations.org and various other parties, are considering to organize a legal conference specifically focused on European legal issues of Free Software. This conference is planned for Q1 or Q2 in 2008.