@dankwraith Coming soon to a Malcom Gladwell book near you!
These ethical web principles are @torgo said these World Wide Web Consortium (@w3c) Technical Architecture Group findings on ethical web design principles were updated in May 2019. #ViewSourceConf
@cosmicevan In case anyone's confused about the boos, here's a few potential reasons...
It could be a good thought exercise for how your work could be come monetizable, and grow from there into a sustainable business.
Avengers: Infinity War
@Gargron “Avengers: Finite Skirmishes” did not test as well.
@Gargron "Shut up and take my intolerant troll money!"
The Case for the Unattributed Message
Well I dreamed there was an island
That rose up from the sea
And everybody on the island
Was somebody from TV
And there was a beautiful view
But nobody could see
Cause everybody on the island
Was saying: Look at me! Look at me!
Look at me! Look at me!
(Laurie Anderson "Language as a Virus", predicting social networking)
@cj Appropriate content warning is appropriate.
#apconf is really close !
So much looking forward to see you in #Praha –
Most organizers will travel 9 hours tomorrow, so if you have any questions it would be nice to ask them now.
We are also #apconf in IRC …
10gen is almost as old as AWS. Lots of efforts predate large, closed cloud service. I can absolutely see someone focused on their product not foreseeing the rise of platform providers. Most people didn't.
Hindsight makes things real clear.
And fwiw, even if they had foreseen it back then and been OK with it, I still don't begrudge people changing their mind.
I've used almost exclusively MIT and LGPL for my projects. I maintained those for years. But I did it out of an advantageous position: I didn't have employees to support with them.
To MongoDB, seems a stab at sustainability is more important than license ideology. Others can think differently.
It'll be interesting to see what the effect is regarding community contributions, though.
To me, they are just a company trying to find a sustainable path, avoiding what they see as a loophole that allows large providers to profit from them without contributing.
Can't fault them for that.
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