Topic: article: getting stallman wrong means getting the 21st century wrong
i havent posted here in a while--
my apologies for my previous couple of posts. ive written about its motivations (not in this article) and the points i was trying to make, extensively.
stallman recently went to microsoft, and this has resulted in a lot of speculation as to why. techrights is covering the topic extensively, and ive responded to it in my own words.
of particular relevance is what it think (spoiler: its positive) will likely become of hyperbola. im a very tough critic, very difficult to please, but i mention guix and hyperbola as being important to the future of the fsf in this article. above all, it makes the point that getting stallmans legacy right is crucial to freedom itself. i believe this, and that it is not an exaggeration. getting stallman wrong, quite simply means less freedom. thats the main point of smearing him. ive watched people do that for years, and i dont pull any punches here.