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== Welcome to FreedomBox, Personal Server ==

!FreedomBox is a personal server that protects your privacy. It hosts on demand applications such as file sharing, shared calendaring, instant messaging, secure voice conference calling, blog and wiki. !FreedomBox is a free software stack, a subset of the Debian universal operating system, that can be installed in many flavors of cheap and power-efficient hardware. The simplicity of setting up and operating a !FreedomBox is similar to that of a smart phone. Continue reading a general [[FreedomBox/Introduction|introduction]], the full list of [[FreedomBox/Features|applications]] currently provided by !FreedomBox or our last [[http://moglen.law.columbia.edu/sflc2015/04_freedombox.webm|Demo at SFLC conference]].

== Leaving The Cloud ==

[[/Download|Download]] FreedomBox now to get started! You may either use it on one of the supported [[FreedomBox/Hardware|hardware]], install it on a [[FreedomBox/Hardware/Debian|Debian]] operating system, or deploy on a virtual machine. Installing on Debian is easy because FreedomBox is available as packages. On hardware, you may need a little bit of technical expertise to setup. What we are requiring is to buy a device and plug in an SD card. In case of trouble, please read and interact with the [[FreedomBox/QuestionsAndAnswers|Questions and Answers]] page based on [[https://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/freedombox-discuss|Freedombox-discuss]] mailing list archives.

== Get Involved ==

We would like to have a [[FreedomBox/ReleaseNotes|version 1.0]] soon. We target including some of the translation work in a 0.7 release end of November (Thanksgiving release). If you wish to see FreedomBox available for one of your languages, please start a discussion on the FreedomBox discuss mailing list. We are targeting mid January for a 0.8 release. The main focus of the 0.8 release is going to be integrated in the PGP based SSL Client authentication work. We are planning on a 0.9 polish release for late February with general usability improvements. Our next call is scheduled for Saturday, December 12th, 2015, 2 PM UTC (Social Hacks). [[FreedomBox/Contribute|Join us]]!

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Translation(s): عربي - Deutsch - English - Español - Français - Italiano- ?Polski


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FreedomBox/Hardware

Welcome to FreedomBox, Personal Server

FreedomBox is a personal server that protects your privacy. It hosts on demand applications such as file sharing, shared calendaring, instant messaging, secure voice conference calling, blog and wiki. FreedomBox is a free software stack, a subset of the Debian universal operating system, that can be installed in many flavors of cheap and power-efficient hardware. The simplicity of setting up and operating a FreedomBox is similar to that of a smart phone. Continue reading a general introduction, the full list of applications currently provided by FreedomBox or our last Demo at SFLC conference.

Leaving The Cloud

Download FreedomBox now to get started! You may either use it on one of the supported hardware, install it on a Debian operating system, or deploy on a virtual machine. Installing on Debian is easy because FreedomBox is available as packages. On hardware, you may need a little bit of technical expertise to setup. What we are requiring is to buy a device and plug in an SD card. In case of trouble, please read and interact with the Questions and Answers page based on Freedombox-discuss mailing list archives.

Get Involved

We would like to have a version 1.0 soon. We target including some of the translation work in a 0.7 release end of November (Thanksgiving release). If you wish to see FreedomBox available for one of your languages, please start a discussion on the FreedomBox discuss mailing list. We are targeting mid January for a 0.8 release. The main focus of the 0.8 release is going to be integrated in the PGP based SSL Client authentication work. We are planning on a 0.9 polish release for late February with general usability improvements. Our next call is scheduled for Saturday, December 12th, 2015, 2 PM UTC (Social Hacks). Join us!


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