@stevenroose @travisfw Devs have love affairs with languages like Go. I think all languages suck quite deeply.

@stevenroose or even better, what if it was a language agnostic api?

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Wouldn't this be amazing.

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@tmo I had that experience too, but then it looked like it was forked or something. You looking in F-Droid?

@ebel I use simple gallery and exif scrambler for cropping and resizing, and stripping metadata, but AFAIK you're right you can't shift color balance with anything free/libre. f-droid.org/app/com.simplemobi f-droid.org/app/com.jarsilio.a

@kazooboy I avoid using git by using . The UX (CLI) makes much more sense to me. I clone pretty much everything with hg.

@Purism I can't seem to access developer.puri.sm. Site maintenance?

@deshipu @travisfw obvious means it shouldn't be patented. Copyright applies no matter how obvious. But I see what you mean, that just letting people look may not require any licensing.

@deshipu makes sense for non-technical, non-legal audiences. Can't skirt the issue forever, though. This is why github is so confusing. Everything (browsable) on github is public, but much (most?) isn't technically legal to use because authors never chose a license.

@rixx a very well written quick read. heated up my laptop with all those high fps interactive illustrations though. Not to complain.

Where is the conversation on alive, other than technology-specific communities?

@ashfurrow I dream of a time when it's possible to communicate entirely over short-distance tech like bluetooth and wifi (however slowly). solutions (delay tolerant networking) like work towards that potentiality.

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