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I got my own Bounty Source TOS email about taking bounties not successfully completed in two years for their own accounts. Wow. #
 
Holy shit, that is so shady!
 
They have taken back their changes so that's good...

 

Bounty Source is changing their terms so they retain the value of bounties not achieved within two years? #


 

 
I know one software
https://musescore.org/
 
@Linux4Everyone I use MuseScore and Audacity quite a bit...


 

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Thanks for sharing the data in this very accessible way @TheEconomist !

 

I've been wondering about this myself! I've given through @opencollect but not through @github sponsors yet...
 
Why not link the medium article directly, instead of liking to a link?

Anyways seems like open collective is a good way to go, especially for a multi-contributor project that's getting big enough to need governance, but not so big that it makes sense to incorporate and deal with the regulatory hurdles on thier own.
 
@worblux I shared it via my Twitter account which is tied to Friendica so automatically gets cross-posted as a Friendica post as well.

 


 

I'm having a bit of "writers block" on developing recently. Trying to ruminate on it to get past it. #programming #opensource #fediverse
 
@Hank G have you ever touched the Social Home project by @Jason Robinson 🐍🍻?

It's Python, not PHP and to my knowledge the project's team doesn't mind integrating different Fediverse protocols too
 
@senya I've chatted with him about it but haven't played with it yet.
 
@Hank G maybe there you'll find your happiness :)

 

FOSDEM 2019 Was Awesome


Just landed back in the states from my first #FOSDEM #fosdem2019 I'll be doing a long blog post on it later but it was great meeting people from across global the #fediverse and #opensource community.
 
@hankg was great to meet you in real life!

 

One of the most important reminders for # work that I keep on my wall is Kuhn's Paradox by @bkuhn_ebb_org.

Each day, more lines of freely-licensed code exist than ever before in human history. Each day, it also becomes more difficult to avoid proprietary software. # @conservancy