GNU-FSF cooperation update

The Free Software Foundation and the GNU Project leadership are defining how these two separate groups cooperate. Our mutual aim is to work together as peers, while minimizing change in the practical aspects of this cooperation, so we can advance in our common free software mission.

Alex Oliva, Henry Poole and John Sullivan (board members or officers of the FSF), and Richard Stallman (head of the GNU Project), have been meeting to develop a general framework which will serve as the foundation for further discussion about specific areas of cooperation. Together we have been considering the input received from the public on <fsf-and-gnu@fsf.org> and <gnu-and-fsf@gnu.org>. We urge people to send any further input by February 13, because we expect to finish this framework soon.

This joint announcement can also be read on https://www.fsf.org/news/gnu-fsf-cooperation-update.

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