Microsoft has released their new Terminal application to GitHub, marketing it as another demonstration of their commitment to "open source". While the project is MIT licensed, did you know it is inextricably linked and dependent upon numerous proprietary SDK tools, headers, and the Visual C++ ATL.
Do not be fooled, see through the mirage of feigned support to undermine and sabotage the original ethics of the free software movement!
@gnupropaganda how serious should I take this? Agreed, <100% "open source" is not "open source". But with their past, is there no margin available? If 100% is expected, they'll never be able to do anything "right" foss-wise.
@cinebox even if it is the only software that serves your need, it won't change the fact that to contribute to your project one needs a photoshop license.
@cinebox to clarify, I am not saying you personaly should not use photoshop, what I am saying is you shouldn't make it so that to contribute one needs to use photoshop. May be you can use open formats to keep the source files.