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Who We Are

ISO 9001-ISO 14001An outstanding team of 140 Free Software consultants based in Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Paris and Lyon, providing since 1999 training, consulting, development and support services on open source technologies. » Read more

 
SFLphone

Ring.cxRing is a GNU project which respects its users’ freedom and privacy. It is a free software for universal communication developed by Savoir-faire Linux in its Montreal office. Ring allows its users to establish encrypted and high quality audio and video communications between several participants all over the world, as well as to exchange text messages. This free software, distributed under license GPLv3, is available on GNU/Linux, Windows, Mac/OSX, Android and soon on iOS and UWP (Universal Windows Platform).

 
SFLvault

SFLvault.orgSFLvault is a Networked credentials store and authentication manager. It has a client/vault (server) architecture allowing to cryptographically store and organise loads of passwords for different machines and services.
Read more on the SFLvault website.

 
Mirrors

With gpl.savoirfairelinux.net, Savoir-faire Linux provides a server to host mirrors :

 
Liferay Montreal User Group

In January 2012, Savoir-faire Linux launched the Liferay Montreal User Group in order to facilitate networking and knowledge sharing between Liferay developers, users and supporters in Montreal, of course, but also in Quebec City.

Liferay Montreal user Group Logo and Link

 
OpenERP Montreal Meetup

In October 2012, Savoir-faire Linux launched the Odoo Montréal Meetup. One year later, a similar event was launched in Quebec City - the Odoo Quebec City Meetup. Open to all, these monthly meetings help participants to discover Odoo, share and extend their knowledge and connect with beginners and experienced users.

Odoo Montréal MeetupOdoo Quebec Meetup