[Members] For the interoperability of the Web's giants: an open letter - La Quadrature Du Net
pep at bouah.net
Wed Jul 1 15:06:29 UTC 2020
On 2020/06/29, Maxime Buquet wrote:
> On 2020/06/29, Dave Cridland wrote:
> > I should make it clear that (a) is something I would expect many reasonable
> > people to disagree with - I think there are many cases where
> > legislative intervention is the most appropriate way of changing market
> > pressures to gain a result that would otherwise not occur, I'm just not
> > convinced this is one of them.
> Indeed. I replied to this above.
> > In any case, if a bunch of people wanted to put together a political
> > campaigning organisation, I would absolutely not argue against it, and
> > (depending on the choices made) I might even join it. But turning the XSF
> > into one seems like a potentially risky development.
> I personally don't see the risk you are talking about, but there might
> be other interests involved in this discussion that I am not aware of
> and thus I am not considering them.
I wanted to add that the mission statement agrees with me that the
mission of the XSF is to (help) build [a] decentralized infrastructure.
Where is neutrality in this?
Maxime “pep” Buquet
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