Shame to see Antergos Linux come to an end, was my first dip into Arch: https://antergos.com/blog/antergos-linux-project-ends/
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Yeah, baby! I've got hardware kill switches!
Ten years ago this week, I started a project to free my Canon DSLR camera's firmware and there are still improvements being made today thanks to @firstname.lastname@example.org and other developers who turned my reverse engineered hack into a useful tool for film makers: https://www.magiclantern.fm/
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I see some takes like "you need ppl to be able to say 'no' otherwise you have unusable software"
As much as I agree with that, I feel like there's a line to be drawn between:
- Saying 'No' to unreasonable things from time to time
- Systematically refusing non-trivial 3rd party contributions
(Source: a maintainer of a piece of software used by 10s of thousands and that get crazy requests every week lmao)
Android developer. PGP: https://keybase.io/konraditurbe
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