A good example of a non-evil way of doing a CLA type thing s the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Legal:Fedora_Project_Contributor_Agreement
The more I think about the #Fediverse the more convinced I am that we need true Hubzilla-style roaming identity to really make federation a superior option.
It doesn't matter how easily we can change instances if we lose nearly everything (including our reputation!) on the way.
Go, #Fediverse! Go!
Fucking pissed at white dudes in free software prioritizing exercising their free speech by showing "look, I can make jokes which affect people not like me" and then being like "free software is a movement for everyone"
Nobody has ever questioned whether *I* belong. But I've tried to bring in plenty of other people who left because they didn't feel welcome.
I believe in free software, I want it to be a movement for everyone. Most of these people would say "I do too".
SO FUCKING ACT LIKE IT.
This is hilarious, NPR gives its users a choice between trackers and plain html only 😂
"Decline and visit plain text site" actually takes you to a plain text site, without css or anything.
Libre software user and causal developer // meme enjoyer // frequently tired
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