April has now reached maturity and is now an indispensable interlocutor of the software world
I am very pleased that April be awarded today because it is fully justified. It perfectly reflects the commitment and voluntarism that its members have demonstrated at events whose impact is unknown to most of us. I had the opportunity to see the commitment of April during the debate on OOXML, especially through their action to alert politicians regarding the potential consequences of changing the users' ability to choose. This is a recurring problem, fervently and regularly defended by April. April has now reached maturity and is now an indispensable interlocutor of the software world and not the Free Software world. I therefore agree with this award and want April to continue its actions with the same determination.