Switch issues and CI to GitHub
sampablokuper at posteo.net
Sat Jan 8 15:12:05 PST 2022
On Sat, Jan 08, 2022 at 08:02:30PM +0100, Bjørn Mork wrote:
> Sam Kuper <sampablokuper at posteo.net> writes:
>> Not everyone has, or can have, a Microsoft (GitHub) account.
> Please explain.
> These terms are pretty much identical:
> You must be
> a) human,
> b) age 13 or older, and
> c) obey US law.
> So who exactly can have a SourceHut account but not a Github account?
At least anyone who:
- boycotts PRISM participants (e.g. Microsoft); or
- boycotts GitHub or Microsoft for other reasons; or
- accesses via Tor (IIRC - some time ago now).
Also, people in the following territories have limited or no GitHub
- North Korea.
People in those territories potentially have far more need of
trustworthy routers, whose code is under their own control, than people
almost anywhere else in the world.
Developers there perhaps also need more than most to have chances to
improve their skills, so as to build/maintain local infrastructure or to
emigrate to an employer in a more hospitable country.
A: When it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: When is top-posting a bad thing?
() ASCII ribbon campaign. Please avoid HTML emails & proprietary
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