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
(many companies have policies against using AGPLv3 software because of its potential to infect user facing services and require them to release source code to things they might not want to)
licensing something as AGPLv3 is a way to guarantee that at the very least, google, and any service using square for payment, cannot use my code
Same goes for a code of conduct. You don't need to actively enforce it, its presence alone naturally cleans the surrounding area.
@ky0ko I'd recommend using AGPLv3 even for non-networked systems exactly for this reason. So that Google et al can't grift on it.
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