The #FreeSoftware movement needs more artists! It needs more graphic designers, UI/UX peeps, people who can draw, people who have a good eye for beauty and usability, people who can design logos, etc.
*ALL* the artistic people are important to the Free Software movement
As of right now most free software tends to be ugly and difficult for newcomers to use. It tends to have weird looking logos or hideous ancient looking color schemes. Artists are the solution. #FreeSW has the coding down, design is next.
@solariiknight Yes, right. you can continue using it without public invitation. The public invitation connects peers over Internet and acts as an intermediate peer.
If you don't join a pub, you would be restricted to peers within your LAN/WLAN or peers whom you meet and sync from different LAN/WLANs. We become carriers of our data and other's data through our movement and this denotes the actual social network.
Mastodon has made me realize that i want decentralized versions of every social network
I want decentralized youtube, tumblr, soundcloud, all other social networks,
If I had to give new commies one tip in regards to literature to start with, don't start with the Communist Manifesto. Marx & Engels wrote it for an audience of already committed party members so there are a lot of things they assume of the reader. Also, Capital is a bih to get through, even for the more well read commies. I honestly find that Engels himself is more accessible. Also, Marxists.org is a great site to find free reading materials.