Tebibyte Media was started in 2020 by Emma Tebibyte in order to create a community of technology-savvy individuals who share faer values. The original goal was to propagate free software values, and that goal heavily influenced the development of the Project's new goals. The loose group quickly became a project dedicated to bringing together other, like-minded projects and networks.
Today, Tebibyte Media is an aspiring group of free software and open-access enthusiasts who believe that all information should be free and publicly accessible. To that end, we promote, share, connect, and support like-minded developers and artists whose work progresses toward this goal. Read more at our launch blog post.
A tebibyte is a unit of digital storage equal to 1099511627776 bytes. The confusion ensuing due to Microsoft Windows' usage of the SI prefixes instead of the proper IEC ones is documented on Wikipedia.
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