@sir This is a fantastic site and a great walkthrough. I'll be sure to bookmark this for reference
Behold: the lists.sr.ht patch review UI
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Let's do a stream today
(0) I believe in free software wholeheartedly, and use exclusively free software in my life. I spend almost every waking hour of my life contributing to free software. Maybe I know what I'm talking about...
(1) Microsoft isn't going away and expecting to break them up is unrealistic and the ultimate exercise in yak shaving.
(2) Trying to fix the capitalist machine that made Microsoft may be a worthwhile goal but like, let's also improve Microsoft without the dependency on ending capitalism.
(3) It's okay to be motivated by profit when you contribute to open source. Commercial use is one of the four essential freedoms of free software as defined by the GNU and the OSI.
(4) Microsoft does a lot of bad things. Spying on users, patent trolling, etc. These are not excused and Microsoft should continue to receive criticism for this.
(5) Publishing, supporting, and contributing to open source is a positive behavior from Microsoft. This is commendable.
(6) Someone beyond redemtion has no incentive to redeem themselves.
(7) Therefore, leveraging (4) to dismiss (5) is not encouraging Microsoft to continue investing in (5) and ultimately serves to subvert Microsoft's willingness to continue improving in this regard.
That's the sum of my argument and I have nothing more to say about it.
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