@schestowitz WTF? "Open source may not be for everyone". Er, that's precisely who it's made for. Everyone.
@lightweight I think people who say things like that have a picture in their head that looks like IRC clients and 1990s era GNU/Linux desktops ;) They're using "open source" to mean "hobby software with bad UX". If you pointed out that apps like Firefox and Wire are open source, they'd probably be surprised.
> the "not for everybody" looks like nothing so much as an attempt at the soft-sell
For those of us who care about #SoftwareFreedom as a #HumanRights issue, not an optional extra, it comes across as a bit like "being free to express yourself is not for everybody". As #EdwardSnowden points out, not caring about a fundamental right because you're not personally using it rights now, is short-sighted and anti-social.
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