The goal of this campaign is to attract followers and disseminate the philosophy behind free software. There are several ways to support the campaign.
The Free Software Foundation has set up a campaign to disseminate the philosophy behind free software and attract more followers. Through a post on its blog, the Free Software Foundation explains that the goal behind this campaign is to reach 200 new members before 15th July.
The foundation also declares it has hundreds of thousands of members around the world, but aims at hitting the target of 1 million people.
The main goal is to get more people to follow the philosophy behind free software. To get organizations, associations and foundations from around the world to believe in free software as a need. And also to share this freedom in other spheres of society.
For this, it has called for help from designer Raghavendra Kamath. This Indian designer is behind the badges to encourage organizations to make a donation to this campaign and include these badges on their websites.
There are several ways to make a donation to the campaign:
- Paying a monthly fee of 10 $. 5 $ for students. With this donation, the organization or person becomes an associate member.
- Donating any amount on an annual or monthly basis.
- Through other types of donations.
Once an organization or person has made a donation, they can then share this on social media using the hashtag #ISupportFreeSoftware.