Hey, I'm software developer. I love GNU/Linux OS and Free Software (Free as in freedom aka Libre)!
Currently I'm working on Beremiz project in my spare time. This is Free Software for industrial automation. You can see the program in action on youtube:
Postcrossing brings people from many countries together speaking many languages. This is amazing. Most likely you are speaking language that I don't and therefore I'd be very very thankful, if you could help my free project and Beremiz community a little by translating some messages into your native language. Every bit counts.
You don't have to be software developer to do this. Knowledge of your native language is enough. Translation is done on the web, you don't need special software for it. It's very easy and convenient.
Here is link to translation project:
Thanks in advance!
I understand that your time is very important. If you translate some messages and think that you've spent enough time and don't want to spend more by sending a postcard, you can drop me private message with Postcard ID, I'll register it even without postcard.
More about me. I like my home-town St. Petersburg, open-mind people, foreign languages, countries and cultures, computer stuff and certainly postcards =)
My postcard wish-list:
- computers/GNU/Linux ( computer/software advertising cards are welcome as well),
- 3D (anaglyph) postcards,
I'd be more than glad to receive any of FSFE postcards, that you can request them on their website (https://fsfe.org/contribute/spreadtheword.en.html) and they'll send them to you for *free*!
If you do not have such cards, it is not a big problem. You can send me any postcard that you want. The most important thing is what you write on it. ;-) I would gladly receive postcards with much written on it.
Here are some themes for the text:
- what do you know or think about free software?
(if you don't know anything about it please look at links below)
- there are lot of free software projects. For example Firefox, Gimp, Open/LibreOffice, Thunderbird, Transmission, Linux, Pidgin, and many many others. They are available under all operating systems (Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac OS X).
What free software programs do you use?
- what do you know or think about GNU/Linux?
In the text above by "free software" I mean not price, but freedom that are given to the user. If you don't know that this means please look at  or  for detailed explanations.
These pages are translated in many languages. Feel free to select your native language.
If you have sent me a postcard and after a month I've not received it, you can send me a message with the ID-code.
See you on the Net