We love to mix: methods, disciplines, knowledge, culture and languages. We love our Bastard Culture!
Code is our literature: we build software to communicate, interact and inspire. Dyne.org is where art, science and technology meet open source.
We recycle old technology rather than create needs for new one: this is our way to respect the environment and optimize resources.
Dyne has contributed to the development of digital culture and the Internet since the 1990s, showing that it is possible to bring technology close to the people and fight successfully for the common good.
— Tatiana Bazzichelli
Disruption Network Lab ↗
When I dream about building a better digital future, I know where to find its architects: at Dyne!
— Renata Avila
CEO of Open Knowledge Foundation ↗
Dyne supports software freedom for many decades, and its founder is the godfather of hacker activism. We are immensely grateful to their support over the years during our nascent humble beginnings. Dyne provides long term stable, sustainable and secure backing for important projects.
— Amir Taaki
Dyne.org’s contribution to the Free Software community is immense. We appreciate this work from India.
— Frederick Noronha
I have worked with Dyne on projects for the EU Commission. They are one of the most important free software organizations in the world, and are constantly pushing for using new technologies to actually help in the daily lives of citizens.
— Ola Bini
Dyne.org is made of Empowering Technologies, Sovereign Hacktivism, Autonomous Policy, Protological Subversion, Alternative Operating Systems and Utopian Code.
— prof. Geert Lovink
The Tomb project by Dyne.org is actually really cool. They have done a lot of work to make the power of cryptsetup accessible to mere mortals.
— The Grugq
Zenroom stands for Citizen Crypto. It is a core part of the DECODE tech stack for Smart Cities and makes it easy to understand the complexity of data transformation while being compatible with any platform, including Legacy Infrastructure. Dyne.org makes Crypto for Citizens and makes it Open Source.
— Francesca Bria
I was the 2nd Debian project leader. These days, I prefer to run Devuan, a true Debian derivative engineered the way I would probably have decided to make it. It’s efficient and trouble-free. Thanks to the Devuan developers for all of the work!
— Bruce Perens on Slashdot
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