The Association For Free Software (AFFS) seems to have been finally wound up last week. So long, AFFS was Richard Smedley’s view of it. I actually left four years ago (when I wrote State of the AFFS – site currently moving) but I was still a signatory for the bank, so I helped wind that up.
So as one door closes, another opens. Today I’m off to meet our co-op’s newest member and also to see if we can reinvigorate the Principle Six business network. I’ll post more about that in a few days, but if you’ve any ideas about how Free and Open Source Software can help, I’d love to read it in the blog comments.
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