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On every stage of project development, developers who want to contribute to free software face real hurdles that can hinder the success of their projects and in turn the success of free culture as a whole. Growing projects require funding, infrastructure, and a supporting community; any of which might not be available and therefore become the reason why even good ideas and significant efforts end up failing. Any project that gets discontinued is an enormous loss for the entire free software community.
This short talk will offer a brief introduction to The Peers Community, which is an open community that is trying to address the problem of how all of us can come together to support the development of free software and free culture works. The community aspires to offer concrete help to developers through a growing number of services, as well as become an open place for discussion to adress any problem that is slowing down the progress of free culture.