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Ta usługa jest oferowana pod warunkiem zaakceptowania naszych warunków i postanowień i może być moderowana zgodnie z naszą polityką moderacji.
The Framadate is free, without ads or click traps. Our goal is to host a tool that serves you and does not use you.
Contrary to the adage, here, you are not the product.
Framasoft collects as little data as possible.
You have complete autonomy over it.
We have no interest in tracking your behaviour, nor in exploiting it.
Framadate is an installation of the free software Framadate on the Framasoft servers. Its free license allows you to study its code, contribute to it and install it on your own server.
Using Framadate is the first step on the road to your digital autonomy.
Entrusting your data to a host implies having reasons to to trust it. Framasoft commits to clear conditions¹ to host services with respect to your integrity.
Framasoft is one of many actors offering online services hosted with a strong ethic, with the objective of decentralisation.
To take a step further in your digital emancipation, find the same service hosted near you by one of the members of the Collective of independant, transparent, open, neutral and ethical hosters: the CHATONS!
Behind a service like Framadate there is a political proposal: exploring an alternative to surveillance capitalism by experimenting with the contribution society.
By offering uses, feedback and contributions to Framadate, we participate in maintaining the vibrancy of a common resource.
Framadate is proposed by a French not-for-profit association: Framasoft
Created in 2004, the association is now dedicated to popular education on the challenges of the digital age and the cultural commons. Our small structure (38 including 10) is known the De-google-ify Internet project (16 ethical and alternative online tools) and for the development of PeerTube, Mobilizon, etc. Recognized as being of general interest Framasoft is funded at 93% by your donations, which are tax deductible for French taxpayers.
Because freedom doesn’t mean it’s free…
Framasoft is a not-for-profit which can only keep running thanks to your donations. Do you like what we do? Do you think we’re going in the right direction? If so, and you’re able to make a donation, we’d very much appreciate it!
Share in person
Your donations allow us to participate in nearly one hundred events each year. We bring physical tools (Metacards, guides [Résolu], Framabooks, Flyers) to better approach the digital world.
Consolidate what serves you
The directory Framalibre, the publishing house Framabook, the Framablog, the De-google-ify Internet services, the actions of Contributopia... exist only thanks to your support. Bring them to life!
Contribute to other communities
We want to put our tools at the service of people who work for a contribution company. Framasoft navigates in an archipelago of communities with similar values, and contributes to common actions in exchange and mutual aid.
Maintain the technical tools
Framasoft is about fifty open source sites and services, deployed on about thirty servers. Our members ensure the maintenance, the support, the animation and the update. Your donations ensure that it is free of charge for everyone.
Drawing a new digital horizon
The MOOC CHATONS, PeerTube, Mobilizon… Thanks to your donations, we design and produce user-friendly digital tools, that emancipate themselves from the laws of the economy of attention to better respect what connects us.
Your donations ensure our independence (93% of our income in 2021).
Because creating and maintaining ethical digital tools requires time and human talent, the bulk of our time and talent is spent on the budget is used to compensate (as fairly and equitably as possible) our employees and service providers.
Each year, our accounts are audited and validated by a statutory auditor. independent accounts (we publish reports on this page).
(data updated the 10/17/2022)
Illustration : David Revoy (Creative Commons By 4.0)