computer programming is an art that was pioneered by women, and the fact that men have swooped in and claimed it as their own and used it to advance misogyny and sexism is an absolute travesty

we need to reclaim programming as something for everyone

we need to reclaim it as a thing to use for fun and as a personal tool, instead of something you learn for careers to impress corporations

computer programming should be a place where misogyny, sexism, corporations, and capitalism don't belong

corporate "software engineering" and willful discrimination go hand and hand in this world we live in, and we need to be actively hostile to both

which is why i'm considering moving some of my stuff to be AGPLv3

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@ky0ko I would totally use the CSL if I thought I had the tiniest chance of getting it enforced.

@LogicalDash @ky0ko You don't need to choose a license based on how well you think you can enforce it. Just pick one that causes corporate vampires to hiss in pain at the mere mention of its name.

Same goes for a code of conduct. You don't need to actively enforce it, its presence alone naturally cleans the surrounding area.

@flussence @ky0ko ok, well, by those lights the AGPL is the better choice because existing corporate policies mention it specifically

@LogicalDash @ky0ko yeah, AGPL is a known value so it's extremely reliable for keeping them away. But at the same time, nothing scares corporate exploiters as much as someone deviating from their script.

If you want to give them a headache, you could always dual-license under both.

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