Shareware utilizes the concept of software on the honor system. Software designated as shareware is offered free of charge with the expectation that the user will voluntarily pay the program's creator. Freeware is software that anyone may download, use, and distribute without any payment whatsoever required. Sites that would be eligible for listings here include but are not limited to sites about the way freeware and/or shareware works as well as organizations or associations within the freeware and the shareware sectors of the software industry.
Association of Shareware Professionals
The Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP) is a trade organization of shareware professionals, authors, distributors and marketers that is committed to the advancement of shareware. The website provides shareware information and resources for users and developers. The website also provides organization and industry articles, membership information and free ASP downloads.
Free Software Foundation
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is an organization that seeks to promote free software. The foundation promotes the GNU operating system and the value of open source programs. The website also has information on software activism as well.
The website of the Mozilla Foundation has information on the free software programs - Firefox, Thunderbird and more - under development by the foundation. You can also find out how to contribute to Mozilla's projects as a software developer here. You can also purchase Mozilla t-shirts from this website.
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