Listened to another General Intellect Unit episode on Post Open Source. A bit of a downer this one, to be honest – it’s about FOSS being ‘dead’. Free software having died a while back, and open-source being recently departed. There are many valid points. It’s based on this article. Need more time to digest it and read the article.
@neil I think the death of FOSS is greatly exaggerated. Mostly by people who really wish it was dead, and that they could exploit users in peace. Many of the world's biggest software corporations are in that number. And they tend to look for unexpected ways to put their message out.
Seen (or created) any anti-colonialist software?
I asked in another thread, but am pretty sure than colonialism and capitalism started up together,
But I can imagine anti-capitalism that is still white chauvinist...now that colonialism and white chauvinism have been embedded, they won't necessarily stop at the end of capitalism.
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