The Software Freedom Conservancy is an organization that provides a non-profit home and infrastructure for free/open source software projects. The conservancy was established in 2006. As of June 2011, the conservancy had 26 member projects, including Boost, BusyBox, Git, Inkscape, jQuery, Samba, Sugar Labs and Wine. In October 2010, the conservancy hired its first Executive Director, Bradley M. Kuhn and a year later, its first General Counsel, Tony Sebro.
The conservancy has also coordinated GPL compliance and enforcement actions, primarily for the BusyBox project. In May 2012 the conservancy took on GPL compliance and enforcement for several other member projects, and for a number of individual Linux kernel developers.
As of April 2013, the conservancy's directors were:
Member projects 
The following projects are members of the Software Freedom Conservancy:
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