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"Coraline is the founder of the Ethical source movement. Despite the name, it is actually distributing non-free licenses; non-free because they put restrictions on the usage of software licensed under it. If you use software under one of those licenses, and the author disagrees with you politically, the author can ban you from using that software."

"What business do these people have lecturing us about Free Software ideals or about FSF affairs?
Microsoft is a mortal enemy of the Free Software movement. Microsoft isn’t foolish enough to sign their entire company name onto the list, because then that would be game over for the anti-RMS campaign; so instead, they use their corrupting influences at various organisations that supposedly represent us."

"OSI is short for Open Source Initiative. This organisation started as an offshoot of the Free Software Foundation in an attempt to make Free Software more marketable to large corporations...
When your organisation starts to depend on large amounts of funding by companies like Microsoft (who have rigorously attacked Free Software and Open Source for years), you are going to lose sight of some of your ideals."

"RedHat is owned by known non-free software company IBM... Their enterprise GNU+Linux distro comes with plenty of non-free software and they actively tell their customers how to get more..."

The Freedom to Control Your Own Computer

"The ‘dangerous’ ideas of RMS; who are those dangerous to? Whose business model?"

Zrythm DAW boosted

small bugfix update for Drops

thanks @zrythm for spotting symbol name conflict

also updated the sfizz engine to 1.0 stable release

Re: "GNU Social Contract" 2/2

To change that -- to impose such requirements -- would be radical,
gratuitous, and divisive, so the GNU Project is not entertaining the
idea. Likewise, we will not ask package maintainers to be "members"
instead of volunteers. If you contribute to GNU, you are already a
member of the GNU community.

Re: "GNU Social Contract" 1/2

GNU package maintainers have committed to do work to maintain and add
to the GNU system, but not anything beyond that. We have never
pressed contributors to endorse the GNU Project philosophy, or any
other philosophical views, because people are welcome to contribute to
GNU regardless of their views.

When monopolies of proprietary software say FSF has a governance problem what they mean to say is that they have a problem with the FSF not taking orders from monopolies and not choosing a composition that harms the FSF’s mission.

Opinion request:

midi track routed -> to instrument track, which is routed -> to group track

what should happen when MIDI track only is bounced (exported)?

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