@Shamar Hi! I understand the bewilderment: I believe the Joint Statement has little to do with Guix itself and does not belong to the website. I'm not on the list myself and I can only be sure that Guix will go on, regardless of the statement. I hope this reassures you and does not deter you from using this wonderful program/concept/OS :)
I followed a bit the debate on the mailing list. But frankly, since it's still on the website and nobody published a "Joint Statement fix", #Guix last word is written down there.
I like some of the technical features of Guix / #Nix but honestly... I can't support a project joining the lynching of a man for what he _said_.
So in fact, all I can appreciate the concept, that "joint statement" really deter my usage of Guix.
#Google is winning. 🤮
Excluding a holy cow for repeated abuse of his position is a lynch!
Not giving a community‑driven platform to assholes is a freedom of speech issue.
PS GNU Shephard is inspired by systemd.
In conclusion go to some antisystemd distro where toxicity and vitriol is protected freedom of speech.
PS: I noticed you didn't signed such statement. I really appreciate it.
But still, your work is contributing to that same project. Even if you don't like it.
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