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commit ece672fa557722182d3a96562253d46d8a761a71
parent 136f831f8b10fe0f3ff057008c2e0e2993ebde3d
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Mon,  8 Nov 2021 03:44:46 -0500

Draft of latest blog post

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Mpages/blog/free-software-is-an-abject-failure.md | 11+++++------
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diff --git a/pages/blog/free-software-is-an-abject-failure.md b/pages/blog/free-software-is-an-abject-failure.md @@ -74,13 +74,12 @@ least one other owner. If Stallman can dictate how others can use his software—even if it is more freely than most proprietary software—then it clearly has an owner. -Simply put, Stallman, and others in the Free Software community use the exact +Simply put, Stallman and others in the Free Software community use the exact same excuses criticized in _Why Software Should Be Free_ as justification for -their actions. These systems are used in what is deemed the "right" way while -the movement criticizes the way others use them as wrong. GNU, the GPL, and -seemingly the entirety of Free Software as it stands today are all based on the -same premises on which Stallman says proprietary software is also based and -which he rejected in _Why Software Should Be Free_. +their actions. These systems are used by them in what is deemed the "right" way +while the movement criticizes the way others use them as wrong. GNU, the GPL, +and seemingly the entirety of Free Software as it stands today are all based on +the same premises as proprietary software. To be frank, the Free Software movement comes off as both a "cult of personality"—worshipping Richard Stallman and his teachings, as well as a "cult