On Tuesday, October 15th, the Free Software Foundation (FSF) staff would like to meet you at a social event at Raleigh's [Whiskey Kitchen][1]!

Executive director John Sullivan, licensing and compliance manager Donald R. Robertson, III, copyright and licensing associate Craig Topham, and program manager ZoĂŤ Kooyman, will all be in Raleigh, NC on October 15th, in anticipation of this year's licensing seminar on GPL Enforcement and Legal Ethics.

We look forward to hosting this informal meetup to show our appreciation for your support of the FSF's work. We'll share some bites and drinks while giving you the opportunity to meet other FSF associate members and supporters while learning about what the FSF is currently working on. We are curious to hear your thoughts, and would love to answer any questions you may have.

  • WHEN: Tuesday, October 15th from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm PDT

  • WHERE: [Whiskey Kitchen][1], 201 West Martin Street, Raleigh, NC 27601

  • RSVP: Email campaigns@fsf.org

This is a social meetup for anyone who is interested in participating in the free software community or wants to learn more about the FSF. You don't have to be a current associate member to attend. We will be providing appetizers, including vegan/vegetarian friendly items. Your RSVP is helpful to us for notifying the venue of the amount of people to expect, but we still welcome people who have not planned ahead.

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We look forward to meeting you in person!

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