[arch-general] Arch should be apolitical
eschwartz at archlinux.org
Tue Jun 2 00:17:29 UTC 2020
On 6/1/20 7:42 PM, Kusoneko wrote:
> I agree with Amir on this. This is an operating system, supposedly
> free from "corporate actions", where for PR reasons a company would
> "support" pride months and other political events. The developers,
> maintainers, moderators and trusted users can support whatever
> politics they want, as publicly as they want, but the OS itself and
> all official channels for the OS should remain free from political
> statements, agendas and actions.
Reddit is not an official channel for the OS, please discuss this with
the unaffiliated entities in charge of said unaffiliated community.
(Also reddit sucks and always has, but that's because it's a meme-ridden
pit of people doing strange things, engaging in offtopic
stream-of-consciousness randomness, and unmoderated help vampires. Also
it implements the dreaded "like"/"upvoting" methodology of community
interaction. Need I say more?)
Problem solved. Let's dance to celebrate.
^('-')^ ^('-')^ v('-')v v('-')v <('-'<) (>'-')> <('-'<) (>'-')> B A
Bug Wrangler and Trusted User
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