As 2011 comes hurtling towards us with its inevitablity, it’s fun to look back at 2010 and see some of the stuff we’ve done.
In 2010, not only did we finally get ourselves together and finally incorporate, we also got our first bunch of paying customers. We now have seven FooVCs — if you’d like to join this illustrious bunch of the free world’s elite, and get yourself a funky little FooPlug in exchange, now is a great time to do so.
If $300 is a bit much for you at this time of year, we’ve also got some other bundles to tout our wares…
Kicking around the Foo warehouse are some CD-R copies of the furny EP, more mature escapades in hi-fidelity. Get one of these, plus some buttons… and we’ll knock some money off the price:
2011 sees a change of direction of us: as you hopefully will know, we’re not a software company, but an entertainment company: so, to make this distinction clearer, we’re moving all of our software and other community efforts to their own website: http://foocorp.org/ — we call these things ‘Foo Projects’, and our goal is to take new projects we work on, and eventually move them to being community projects. We will continue to support all community projects, with company resources, but putting them in the direction of the community of developers and artists who work on them.
Foo Projects will also have its own blog. Over there, we’re just publishing the latest news on GNU social and GNU FM…