We are very much looking forward to many wonderful things that federation within forges can support.
Are there any thoughts about changing to a more sustainable licence like the #AGPL? With federation this gets especially important. The MIT licence makes 'embrace, extend, extinguish' extremely easy: Company X creates a proprietary Gitea fork, federates with the existing instances, makes significant improvements/offers to lure people into their product. Changing to their instance is smooth thanks to federation.
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I'm not talking about improvements in the federation protocol. I mean other improvements in Gitea which make it more attractive: integration with some other cloud platform, etc.
But you got the point:
You get the improvements if you move to the improved instance. But not the other way. You can move without much costs, you can still communicate with the other instance as you did before. But the other instances don't have the improvements.
@firstname.lastname@example.org @NGIZero@mastodon.xyz @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com Non-federated features? I think there's already github for this. (i more afraid it got federated, as XMPP was nearly killed similar way)
Anyway, i don't see a reason to name EEE strategy 'super-easy' even with source code readily available, as it involves months to years of marketing.
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