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Bradley M. Kuhn - 20 months ago 2020-11-26 05:05:44
bkuhn@sfconservancy.org
Supporter: link to Tony on board page, add link to Copyleft Conf.
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his contributions to the open source community.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Allison Randal</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Over the course of multiple decades as a free software developer,
 
Allison has worked in a wide variety of projects and domains, from
 
games, linguistic analysis tools, websites, mobile apps, shipping
 
fulfillment, and talking smart-home appliances, to programming language
 
design, compilers, hypervisors, containers, deployment automation,
 
database replication, and operating systems.</p>
 

	
 
<p>She is a board member at the Perl Foundation, a board member at the
 
OpenStack Foundation, and co-founder of the FLOSS Foundations group for
 
free software community leaders. At various points in the past she has
 
served as president of the Open Source Initiative, president of the Perl
 
Foundation, board member of the Python Software Foundation, chairman of
 
the Parrot Foundation, chief architect of the Parrot virtual machine,
 
Open Source Evangelist at O’Reilly Media, conference chair of OSCON,
 
Technical Architect of Ubuntu, Open Source Advisor at Canonical,
 
Distinguished Technologist and Open Source Strategist at HP, and
 
Distinguished Engineer at SUSE. She collaborates in the Debian project,
 
and is currently taking a mid-career research sabbatical at the
 
University of Cambridge.</p>
 

	
 
<h2>Tony Sebro</h2>
 
<h2 id="tony">Tony Sebro</h2>
 

	
 
<p>Tony currently serves as the Deputy General Counsel for
 
    the <a href="https://foundation.wikimedia.org/wiki/Home">Wikimedia
 
    Foundation</a>, where he manages the day-to-day operations of Wikimedia's
 
    legal department, and provide specific expertise on free and open source
 
    licensing, intellectual property, non-profit law, and privacy matters.
 
    Tony is also an organizer of
 
    Conservancy's <a href="https://outreachy.org">Outreachy</a> project,
 
    which provides paid internships in free and open source for people from
 
    groups traditionally underrepresented in tech.  Prior to joining
 
    Wikimedia, Tony served as General Counsel (and &ldquo;Employee #2&rdquo;)
 
    of Software Freedom Conservancy for over six years.  Tony has also spent
 
    time in the private sector with PCT Law Group and Kenyon &amp; Kenyon, and as
 
    an intellectual property licensing and business development professional
 
    with IBM.  Tony received an O'Reilly Open Source Award in 2017.  Tony is
 
    an active participant in and supporter of the non-profit community, and
 
    lives in the Bay Area with his family.</p>
 

	
 
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  {% include "supporter/form_partial.html" with form_id="annual" min_amt=minimum_amount partial_amt=partial_amount article="an" only %}
 
{% else %}
 
  <div class="supporter-type-selector">
 
    <strong>Become a Supporter Now:</strong>
 
    <a id="annualSelector" href="#annual">Annual</a>
 
    | <a id="monthlySelector" href="#monthly">Monthly</a>
 
    | <a id="renewalSelector" href="#renewal">Annual Renew</a>
 
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  {% include "supporter/form_partial.html" with form_id="annual" min_amt=120 article="an" only %}
 

	
 
  {% include "supporter/form_partial.html" with form_id="monthly" min_amt=10 only %}
 

	
 
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  {% include "supporter/form_partial.html" with form_id="renewal" min_amt=120 verb="renew" article="an" supptype="annual" only %}
 
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<div class="picture-small right">
 
  <img src="/img/2020_Sebro-Tony_CopyleftConf.jpg" alt="Tony Sebro speaks on stage in front of a slide comparing 1800&rsquo;s Eschatology and Golden Era Hip Hop">
 
  <p>Tony Sebro, delivering the keynote address at Copyleft Conf 2020. Photo &copy; Remy DeCausemaker, licensed <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/">CC BY-SA</a></p>
 
  <p><a href="/about/board/#tony">Tony Sebro</a>, delivering the keynote
 
  address at <a href="https://2020.copyleftconf.org/">Copyleft Conf 2020</a>. Photo &copy; Remy DeCausemaker, licensed <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/">CC BY-SA</a></p>
 
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<p>2020 has been a difficult year. We&rsquo;ve all scrambled to keep ourselves
 
and our loved-ones safe and healthy, coped with the isolation connected
 
to lockdowns and quarantines, and dealt with the
 
disconnection from our support networks — including friends, family
 
and even childcare. We worried about racial equality and hope the fight for
 
social justice will result in basic rights that everyone deserves.</p>
 
<p>Throughout all of this, Conservancy remained focused on its mission and on
 
the free and open source software community. While cheering those working to help prevent the
 
spread of COVID-19 and those fighting for racial equality, we know our
 
expertise, skills, and mission can only tangentially improve those situations. While
 
<a href="/blog/2020/apr/21/workduringcovid/">contributing
 
where we can</a>, we remain focused on the long-term nature of
 
software freedom. We keep working to grow and support FOSS
 
communities to plan for ethical technology down the road, so that software
 
freedom can be in the service of human freedom.</p>
 
<p>We&rsquo;re proud of how much we&rsquo;ve been able to accomplish in the last year,
 
even in the face of so many obstacles.</p>
 

	
 
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<h3 id="StayingConnected">Staying Connected</h3>
 
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