I think it’s important that organizations as Software Freedom Conservancy exist.
They provide a non-profit home, infrastructure, and advice for FLOSS projects. They take care that the will of the project members, choosing free software licenses, is respected by third parties. They care about “all the rest” so free software contributors can focus in improving the software itself. They have an agreement with the Debian community to protect the freedoms that Debian Developers provide to the Debian end users (and derivative distributions).
I hope that many others join too, so the organization’s voice and action continues loyal to their goals and representative of all the projects (wether big or small) under their umbrella. This way (small donations from many individuals as funding model), no single or few actors can use their big money as pressure to deviate or block Conservancy’s action.
We free software/free knowledge contributors know very well the power that many micro actions can provide, when coordinated towards the common good, isn’t it?