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For a list of GNU and non-GNU free software packages, See the Free Software Directory: a categorized, searchable database of free software. This directory is actively maintained by the Free Software Foundation and includes links to program home pages when they are available. To look for free software, please go there.
If you're looking for a list of GNU projects or other free software related projects, please look at our projects page. For ways to contribute to these projects, please have a look at our the projects help-wanted page.
For other ways to contribute to GNU, see the GNU help-wanted page.
If you want to buy a new computer, you might want to consider one of these companies who sell computers with wholly free systems preinstalled.
For information on the licenses used on GNU software, and on other free software licenses, please see our Licenses page.
If you are developing a GNU package, or you are thinking of starting, you may be interested in GNU Software Developer Resources.
If you'd like to make your software a GNU project, or officially a GNU package, take a look at the GNU Maintainers Guide and the GNU Coding standards, and then write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, here is a short list of Free Software for Microsoft Windows, for the Windows user who is curious about Free Software but isn't ready to use a Free operating system (yet ;).
GNU software is available by several different methods:
FSF & GNU inquiries & questions to email@example.com. Other ways to contact the FSF.
Comments on these web pages to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Last updated: $Date: 2004/12/29 13:36:47 $ $Author: jlpence $