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jvz wrote

I find the code of conduct complaints to be one of the more interesting ones. In my experience, I've been happy to have a code of conduct of some sort in larger open source projects I've worked with for the one time some asshole does come out of nowhere. It's much easier to just point to the CoC if that happens than it is to start any meta-drama within the community. Plus, who has time to deal with bad faith actors anyways?

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SToMU5joij2BLMV7 wrote

I use Mozilla stuff/FireFox just to spite these people. That, and the freedom.

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zorblax wrote

I'm a little confused.

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no_fun_allowed wrote

These people don't want social justice in their code. Read: techbro.

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zorblax wrote

yeah but.

How did they get invaded by a nice person?

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no_fun_allowed wrote

When someone who doesn't want them to be sexist/homophobic/racist/&C comes in, they get pissed off and call them an SJW or something.

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mikesum32 wrote

Liberals are not libertarians, nor are they conservatives either.

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emma wrote

Classical liberalism includes so-called progressive liberals, conservatives, and libertarians. Only in the U.S. does 'liberal' refer to a vaguely left tendency within mainstream politics.

This should be in the sidebar honestly, because we get this a lot.