We released a new episode of @fossandcrafts about "Governance, Leadership, and Founder's Syndrome" https://fossandcrafts.org/episodes/25-governance-leadership-founders-syndrome.html
But it's also about the surprise reinstatement of RMS to the FSF board, seen through that framework.
I don't know what to say other than: this wasn't an easy episode for me to record. But we thought it was important. We tried our best to address this within a thoughtful framework that also lasts beyond the current moment. I hope we did okay.
Do you feel it is unbiased and talks about the RMS instance both from a support and a dissenter on the issue, or do you feel it only highlights one perspective?
Serious question as it would effect my interest in checking it out (I am not a fan of one-sided writeups too much but totally support your right to go that route if you want among your audience)
@cwebber @fossandcrafts I am partway through listening, and I appreciate you drawing out the contradiction in how Stallman has treated his rules versus others' rules ... but in a sense there is no contradiction, because he assumes that everyone else will try to find loopholes and edge cases in every rule and policy (see: https://nitter.cc/paulnivin/status/1377079992094351361 ), just like him.
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