I am saddened that some much alternatives to properitary software is so... well... rubbish.

What's a good alternative to Google Forms? Something ? Esp. for non-technical users?

Recommend me your chat systems. For group call of ~10 techie ppl, _strong_ preference for .

We used & that worked really well, but is a car crash of privacy. seem alright. is, IME, unfortunately pretty technically rubbish, and lacks mod abilities

Software Freedom Conservancy: โ€œRichard Stallman Does Not and Cannot Speak for the Free Software Movementโ€
๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ Great to see a clear stand from a group in the space.

Then again, I do use, and love, for hosting bookmarks, and that's not . ๐Ÿค” Maybe cause I'm confident that won't be shut down, or sold, or stuffed full of adverts.

I do pay for , so maybe I don't have to worry then... ๐Ÿค”

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There's lots of discussion software out there. I wonder has anyone made one that can operate as a mailing list too? Where there's an email interface? (as well as a standard web/ActivityPub interface?)

I think that's the only way to move some communities off mailing lists, you'd have to ensure fans of mailing lists can still participate...

Thought: Often people point to old skool mailing lists as a thing that hinders in , that they are toxic.

*But* the same people often use & promote . Isn't there much much more horrible abuse on Twitter? Is that a contraditiction? Is there something that makes twitter less exclusionary for marginalized people?

I don't think there's a free/open source editor app for , right?

I wanna crop or rotate photos, strip/truncate metadata, adjust colours/levels, create simple collages, auto white balance, etc. I don't think this exists as ... ๐Ÿ˜”

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"Be nice/welcoming/friendly" is decent advice in general, and many communities have a history of being (too) combatative (to put it mildly!)

Can that rule work with "professional"/corporates/capitalism? How can it work?

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Proper (for ) projects often explicitly allow criticism of institutial racism/sexism/etc.

I wonder: Would it be good to explicitly allow criticism of (neo-liberal) ?

"Free Software should empower everyone. As such, correcting the biases, conscious or not, that have led to the poor of our communities, must be part of our mission."
Oh yes! ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Any recommendations for a reader for ? pref. . I want to read the interface to mailing lists on the go. (so actually reading text, not downloading binaries ๐Ÿ™‚)

What's the best to use? I've used SwiftKey for years and I'm really happy with it, but if there is a comparable one, I'd switch to that

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