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@sir Furthermore, as a maintainer and author of Free Software, I feel compelled to take a stand and vocally support other projects who decide they don't want to deal with (=provide support to) communities they consider hostile.
Just because they published some code doesn't mean they forfeit their right to set boundaries and choose who they collaborate with.
The fact that the software is available for Free under a Free license is enough, nobody is entitled to more.
They can fork it. 🤷♂️
@sir I am going to respectfully disagree.
For various reasons, apps may legitimately include logic preventing undesirable or dangerous use.
Such as the rm command "misbehaving" when you try and run `rm -rf /`.
Or browsers blacklisting TLS certificates with "insecure" algorithms or from "non-compliant" cert issuers.
An app whose main purpose is to participate in a social network is justified in, by default, preventing actions deemed antisocial by the community it serves.
IMO, obviously. 😉