Increasingly bloated codebases seems like an obstacle to "software freedom".
If a codebase is so large that it's rendered basically inscrutable then how free is anyone really to inspect what their machine is running.
Basically, being a binary blob or restrictively licensed is not the only obstacle that we should be concerned about, I'd say. But of course it is a good start.
I feel a bit spoiled implementing my compiler in #racket. Still very early of course (only spent two short evening sessions with it) but it feels like I get a lot done with not a lot of code or time.
It's a shame that I'll probably have to drop racket eventually to cut down compile times to what I want.
#GMail is harmful to e-mail ecosystem; its antispam blocking policy matches too many valid messages as spam.
It blocked LastPass email leak warning email, because it contained "a link" to a leaked site.
It blocked an e-mail from goverment agency addressed directly to me.
It discriminates all non-gmail servers, and it's pretty much impossible to own a private SMTP server these days, because GMail will classify everything as spam.
It's not how e-mail should work.
Consider dropping GMail.
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