Some recent events in the tech industry have questioned the spirit of open source, the value of contributions, and the standards that various entities should be held to. This is not a new concept, and it’s often complicated.
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THE TECH WORLD HAS A STRANGE RELATIONSHIP WITH FREE
- This past week I didn’t think about tech very often
- But coincidentally the world I was in had a historic overlap with some discussions in the tech world.
FREE IS GOOD RIGHT? WHAT ABOUT WHEN IT’S DEEMED TO BE NOT GOOD?
- When do we determine that free is a good thing or a bad thing?
- When do we determine that work or contributions are valuable? Or invaluable?
- Are there always good actors and bad actors when something of value is involved?
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