r/StallmanWasRight

31k subscribers


Nobody listens to him. But he was right all along.
https://reddit.com/r/StallmanWasRight/
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r/linux
423k  subs
All things Linux and GNU/Linux -- this is neither a community exclusively about the kernel Linux, nor is exclusively about the GNU operating system.
https://reddit.com/r/linux/
A subreddit for Linux enthusiasts.
https://reddit.com/r/linuxmasterrace/
r/privacy
531k  subs
The intersection of technology, privacy, and freedom in a digital world.
https://reddit.com/r/privacy/
r/linux_gaming
110k  subs
A subreddit for gaming on the GNU/Linux operating system.
https://reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/
r/archlinux
100k  subs
For users of the much loved Linux distro, Arch Linux.
https://reddit.com/r/archlinux/
r/opensource
89k  subs
A subreddit for everything [open source](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source) related.
https://reddit.com/r/opensource/
r/unixporn
182k  subs
Submit screenshots of all your *NIX desktops, themes, and nifty configurations, or submit anything else that will make ricers happy. Maybe a server running on an Amiga, or a thinkpad signed by Bjarne Stroustrup? Show the world how sexy your computer can be!
https://reddit.com/r/unixporn/
Providing tools and knowledge to protect your privacy against global, mass surveillance.
https://reddit.com/r/privacytoolsIO/
r/freesoftware
14k  subs
"Free software" means software that respects users' freedom and community. Roughly, it means that the users have the freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. Thus, "free software" is a matter of liberty, not price. To understand the concept, you should think of "free" as in "free speech," not as in "free beer".
https://reddit.com/r/freesoftware/
r/linux4noobs
133k  subs
Linux introductions, tips and tutorials. Questions are encouraged. Any distro, any platform! Explicitly noob-friendly.
https://reddit.com/r/linux4noobs/
r/kde
31k  subs
KDE is an international technology team creating user-friendly free and open source software for desktop and portable computing. KDE's software runs on GNU/Linux, BSD and other operating systems, including Windows.
https://reddit.com/r/kde/
r/firefox
85k  subs
The latest news and developments on Firefox and Mozilla, a global non-profit that strives to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the web.
https://reddit.com/r/firefox/
r/netsec
327k  subs
A community for technical news and discussion of information security and closely related topics.
https://reddit.com/r/netsec/
r/Ubuntu
124k  subs
The Ubuntu community on Reddit
https://reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/
Dedicated to humor and jokes relating to programmers and programming.
https://reddit.com/r/ProgrammerHumor/
r/sysadmin
374k  subs
A reddit dedicated to the profession of Computer System Administration.
https://reddit.com/r/sysadmin/
r/selfhosted
54k  subs
A place to share alternatives to popular online services that can be self hosted without giving up privacy or locking you into a service you don't control.
https://reddit.com/r/selfhosted/
r/LineageOS
47k  subs
Your Lineage will finish what you started, Cid.
https://reddit.com/r/LineageOS/
r/DataHoarder
162k  subs
This is a sub that aims at bringing data hoarders together to share their passion with like minded people.
https://reddit.com/r/DataHoarder/
r/thinkpad
64k  subs
IBM and Lenovo ThinkPad laptop enthusiasts!
https://reddit.com/r/thinkpad/
r/degoogle
15k  subs
How to expel Google from your life.
https://reddit.com/r/degoogle/
r/vim
87k  subs
For Vim enthusiasts and anyone interested in Vim.
https://reddit.com/r/vim/
r/commandline
46k  subs
This is for anything regarding the command line, in any operating system. All questions (including dumb ones), tips, and interesting programs/console applications you've found or made yourself are welcome. Linux / BSD / OSX / Windows CLI apps or questions or comments, we're happy to take them all!
https://reddit.com/r/commandline/
r/Fedora
25k  subs
A community for users, developers and people interested in the Fedora Project and news and information about it.
https://reddit.com/r/Fedora/
Welcome to **Tales From Tech Support**, where we share our stories of: * *Incredible Feats* of Networking Heroics; * *Tech Troubleshooting* Under the Direst Circumstances; * *Unsolvable Problems* Cracked by Sheer Genius and/or Pure Luck; * *Moral Support* after Having Dealt with Difficult Clients; * And of course, **Stupid User Stories!** We've got a bit of a lull in the queue just now, so kick back, grab a cold one, and share your best tales among friends here at TFTS!
https://reddit.com/r/talesfromtechsupport/
r/emacs
33k  subs
The extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor.
https://reddit.com/r/emacs/