Free and Open Source Software is not winning. That is terrible for all of humanity, as more and more of our freedom of thought, speech, movement, and our security is integrated with computers and the web.
Why are we losing? Because there is so much money on the other side and so little on our.
We don't need #money but more hackers.
Learn (and teach) to be curious and to #hack.
We can't compete for #money so we need to compete for #minds. We need more and more hackers. And if people have money to share and want to support #freedom, the best thing they can do is to invest them to become hackers, and help us with our works.
We need hackers, not money.
#Hackers need money to live.
But I'm not sure organisations like these can fund #hacking.
Also relying on large organisations to support your #freedom is a quite risky approach.
They have plenty of discretionality into which projects they want to fund, and this is just another way to centralise power.
Funding organisations are fine if they are many, small and federated as peers.
Users who are willing to put up with free software products and give them the space to grow to their full potential. Some of these users might even start filling the above roles. Having enough users might end up solving the funding problem too.
I strongly feel that #FOSS community made of technical, developers, programmers etc.
There seems large gap for designer and huge gap for marketers, promoters.
Here is simple work flow,
If we get
make UI looks attractive, simply
✅ content producer,
writing, video, image, to make usage understandable
promote and disturb various channels
Userbase will flow automat