It's sad that this needs to be clarified, but if we want to move beyond mid-2000s speeds without spending a ridiculous monthly fee, it needs to be said.
Microsoft, GitHub take firm political stances, vilifies those that disagree.
... should Tech companies / organizations take political stances outside of their core mission?
I guess Twitter is getting jealous of some of the nonsense surrounding Facebook and Google.
i've defended rms' pedantry
i believe in free software
i believe copyleft is essential
i believe AGPL3 is the best license
i disagree with those who say "software freedom isn't important these days" or that ease of use is more important
but every time RMS makes the news he undermines the FSF and the free software movement 🤦♂️
i just e-mailed them to discontinue my recurring donation and told them why
gonna increase my donation to software freedom conservancy instead
I have DNS-over-TLS enabled on the system level on my laptop and phone, while DNSCrypt is enabled on my home router. That said, I do prefer DNS-over-HTTPS more and have it enabled on all my none-Tor browsers. If a way pops up for me to enable it on the system level, I'll happily switch over.
I'm simply a gaming GNU/Linux nerd.
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