I'm not saying "people/companies/project should not do anything wrong, otherwise they are tainted". Everyone makes mistakes; how you deal with your mistakes is what counts.

RMS is a person, Google is a company and Go is a project. But the way those three deal with the community part of their jobs is almost the same. But because one side give us free stuff, we don't care.

Let's take RMS out of FSF 'cause he didn't care about the community, but let's keep our mouth shut about how Go core devs deal with the community, 'cause the language is easy to use and I feel good using it.

Yeah, let's take RMS out of FSF 'cause he never learnt how to behave, but let's keep using Google, even if their behavior is bullshit and never apologizing, but Google give us free stuff!

I think I need to kill Mono for little-endian 32-bit MIPS in Debian. It's all kinds of fucky, and we don't CI it upstream because we can't get adequate hardware (our last effort was blocked by the SoC vendor)

Does anyone care for MIPS?

Done. There is a new point about why Rust and not Go, which I do believe is the central point of this whole discussion.

Ready to go to work, but feeling like I could sleep 3 more hours...

So, after a night of sleep, I just realized there is a very important point I didn't make in the post. I'll update it as soon as I managed to get out of bed. ;P

Are you a Mac developer that believes in our project? We have hit a brick wall with our macOS #Glimpse port and have a severe lack of Apple users in our project to unblock it!

More details here: github.com/glimpse-editor/Glim

Contribution links: glimpse-editor.org/contribute/

@juliobiason some of these ideas are things i want to accomplish with Tomo/Grid, but without the centralized infrastructure.

https://walkaway.wiki/Tomo/Grid/

news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2

For one, reading YCombinator comments, mostly of them saying "I prefer Rust than Go due this, this and that" made me less pissed about the general tone of the original post.

(Yeah, I'm dropping the euphemisms and the pronoun game.)

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