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Items tagged with: KDEEco

How can something immaterial like software have an #environmental footprint? What do ecolabels have to do with software design? Why do we ❤ Free Software today and every day ... also because it is sustainable software?

We explore these and other questions in #KDEEco's new measurement handbook "Applying The #BlueAngel Criteria To Free Software: A Handbook To Certify Software As #Sustainable".

Learn more:

#KDE #BE4FOSS #FEEP #FOSS #BMUV #UBA #GermanEnvAgency #ilovefs
Cover image for the KDE Eco handbook. The text reads: "Applying The Blue Angel Criteria To Free Software: A Handbook To Certify Software As Sustainable. A KDE Eco initiative". The KDE Eco logo is displayed below: A blue K with a green gear wrapping around it and at the top one of the gear's cogs begins sprouting a leaf. Below this is the website URL The cover's background image is a reference to Plasma's current login screen. (Handbook cover and KDE Eco logo designed by Lana Lutz.)

#KDE already joined 100+ organizations supporting a right to install any #software on any device. Now I and others are signing the #OpenLetter to show our support too.

Join us!

Let's fight the #eWaste 'tsunami' with over 4500 Eiffel towers worth generated a year (see comment).

With this right, millions of devices can stay in use and out of landfills and new devices aren't produced & shipped unnecessarily!

#Ecodesign #RightToRepair #EWWR #FreeSoftware #KDEEco #Ecology
Blueprint of the Eiffel Tower by one of its main engineers, Maurice Koechlin (ca. 1884)

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