This is a difficult question of reality versus ideals.
I believe that free software developers will make good use of UBI (Universal Basic Income).
Could we not live in a world where people are not paid in the form of employment by for-profit companies, but instead receive income guarantee from national and international organizations?
I would expect this more than the two ideas in the article.
This is exactly what Gunpei Yokoi calls "Lateral Thinking of Withered Technology" ("枯れた技術の水平思考").
It's like a modern configuration for old users. It's not too trendy, which I personally prefer.
I think the Free Software community tends to be relatively Radical Simplicity oriented.
I'd be happy to migrate to Sourcehut, I'm very sympathetic to Drew's philosophy.
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The English version of the article was not read at all, but the Japanese version got quite a response.
Like Emacs, I can try the configuration in repl.
#Nyxt is awesome. I found out that I can fill out forms in Emacs. It has a high affinity with Emacs. Configurations can also be written in Common Lisp DSL.
The Japanese version is below.
I am still immature as a person
After reading what other people have said, I regret that the above tweet was not very good.
The toot came from a desire to be what a free software advocate should be, and a determination to be what I am.
I regret that I wrote it in a way that seemed to force it on others.
I am very sympathetic to the situation of being overwhelmed with raising children and not having enough time for myself.
However, advocating for free software is a commitment that includes that, and it cannot be used as an excuse.
I'm a Japanese programmer living in Japan and advocate of free software.
I'm not good at English, so please forgive me if there are some mistakes :p
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