@purism
"We are looking to migrate to pure static site generators in the future but WordPress has been an essential tool for us to launch products and share updates with the community."
puri.sm/posts/our-essential-li

Have you considered hosting an instance of #Plume, so folks can read and comment on your blog posts from within the #fediverse, as well as on the web?

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@strypey
Amazed that have yet to take , rebrand it as "PureBlog One" without talking to the devs, remove the credits and start charging for it as a service...

Actually, I should shut up before @purism takes *this* idea, rebrands it, charges for it and calls it their own...

@Blort true, perhaps these projects need to switch to proprietary #SourceAvailable licenses, to prevent Purism from pioneering a non-#datafarming business model for network services, using only #FreeCode software, in ways that comply with their current software licenses to the letter?
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@a000d4f7a91939d0e71df1646d7a48 AFAIK Purism don't cheat, they just fork and rebrand (as IceCat does with Firefox for example) and @Blort is blowing smoke.

It's totally routine for businesses to deploy Wordpress or Drupal without giving any prominent credit to those projects. GNU/Linux distributions include hundreds of pieces of other people's software in their branded product, nobody bats an eyelid. It's totally normal for web apps like Mastodon to include upstream components without users being any the wiser. What is it about @purism that makes some people so keen to bash them for doing the same?
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