This comment has been overwritten by an open source script to protect this user's privacy. Other than in hacking conferences in which case you dont know if they are interested or just social engineering you.It was created to help protect users from doxing, stalking, harassment, and profiling for the purposes of censorship. Few days ago I was posting whether someone knows an open source dating app. You've made such extreme decisions to boycott commonly used things that you have made yourself pretty eccentric.So accepting that you can only serve people who have permanent broadband internet, you can basically use this to absorb GPL-licensed into what is essentially proprietary software.Absorbing a GPL-licensed work into a service can be a bit annoying and the AGPL addresses this.i personally would not allow another person come to my house where the security of my information can be easily compromised.I know I can trust a girl because I have a simple three step process.By boycotting Google, Netflix, and text messages, you put yourself incredibly far outside the mainstream. Even the hardest nosed free software people soften with time.
The real problem is not the code, but the data, which you only have as much control over as the service provider allows.The point with services is that there is no way to verify it. You can basically circumvent the intent of the GPL by moving your application to the cloud if you will, to connect to it the user need only use a thin client which can be FOSS, the actual logic runs on the cloud.With software you can always compile it yourself to be satisfied the public source code is what drives the executable on your system, but with something like Reddit you can never know what they change in the actual code that drives their shit. And the GPL actually allows that code to remain closed even if it's forked from a GPL source is the interesting part because it falls under internal usage which means that it's not a form of distribution.One that comes to mind was that if you had a parakeet at home that would make him very happy but you shouldn't buy one to make him happy because that would make him sad. I was laughing so hard reading his post and comments in /r/thedonald, but I still can't fucking tell if he's serious or not.This is either some next-level trolling or one eccentric guy.. Obviously there are privacy and security concerns on their server end, but even if that's closed software it doesn't actually impact Yes, that is one of the many interesting loopholes that has since surfaced in the age of broadband internet.As a twenty year old single male I think it's very hard to find a girl who's actually interested in free software.I've had girls jokingly ask to "Netflix and chill" but when I tell her that I don't use Netflix since Netflix requires proprietary software to stream content, they stop talking to me.See you're right when you say you can't encrypt in real life. So whenever I meet a girl I lie to them, not big lies but small things like my favorite color, what tv show I'm watching etc. and after a while I know if I can trust them based on how they handle the information.I never admit to the lying simply correct them in the future.Once I get their numbers since I've added customs roms to my phone and refuse to use sms since it's a security concern I require all of my friends to download a free and open source messaging app and I share with them my public gpg key so that we can verify that our conversations are secure. And I can't use sites like tinder since it's not only proprietary software but a major privacy vulnerability. So feel free to use it however you want but please send you changes back to me.How come it is so hard to find a girl concerned about software freedom. I'm not actually sure if I can believe that this is serious.