[Trisquel-users] Off-topic: The end of Freedom in GitHub

Narcis Garcia informatica at actiu.net
Tue Jul 30 14:14:08 CEST 2019


I understand that article talks about denying use of services, and about
using currently hosted projects to exclude some people participation.

https://github.com/1995parham/github-do-not-ban-us

Important projects are still hosted in Github.com and are affected by
this political exclusion:
https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl
https://github.com/torvalds/linux
https://github.com/sasanrose/phpredmin
https://github.com/mostafa/iptables_book
https://github.com/keyvank/tracy

And important ones because help to extend Trisquel project:
https://github.com/scollazo/docker-brew-trisquel-debootstrap
https://github.com/VanackSabbadium/TrisquelStuff
https://github.com/proninyaroslav/abrowser-android
https://github.com/proninyaroslav/abrowser-rpm
https://github.com/frnmst/trisquel-installation-script


El 30/7/19 a les 11:29, xliang9550 at live.cn ha escrit:
> Every "user" who have one copy of free/libre software can exercise his
> re-distribution freedom (Freedom 2 and 3) to share it with "non-user".
> So, total censorship is technically impossible.
> 
> And this is why companies and governments want to make sharing illegal.


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