Support the concrete open source softwares

Hi everyone,

I wanted to bring up the Open Source Atlas of Anatomy ( , a project I’ve been working on for a couple of years now. It’s a comprehensive educational resource that provides detailed visual and textual information about the human body, and it’s freely available for anyone to use.

I think this project aligns well with the values of the Free Software Foundation Europe, and I believe it could serve as a concrete example of the value of open source software in a real-world application. Without concrete examples like this, the idea of free software can feel abstract and theoretical.

I was wondering if the FSF Europe might be interested in supporting or partnering with the Open Source Atlas of Anatomy to give it more visibility and ensure its continuity. I think this would be a great opportunity to demonstrate the practical value of free software in a tangible way.

We already set up a collaborative platform to facilitate the access to the people willing to continue our work and promote it regularly on Linkedin (

What do you all think? Do you think the FSF Europe would be interested in supporting a project like this?