Molly de Blanc

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A slightly old photo of Molly de Blanc, in which she has blue highlights in her hair. She is wearing a black shirt and clear glasses.

I'm a free and open source software activist working out of beautiful New England (USA). I work at the GNOME Foundation, as the strategic initiatives manager, building partnerships with other organizations and engaging supporters of the GNOME Foundation. I serve as president on the Board of Directors of the Open Source Initiative. I am a Debian Developer (non-uploading), and a volunteer with the Software Freedom Conservancy. I like to think, write, and talk about the ethics of technology, the role computing has in our societies, and the ways we can do better in the future.

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How GNOME uses Git

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