Follow I understand, but I'm not sure that's achievable. I mean, think of a more time-honored profession. Farmers are literally essential to people, but city dwellers often have no idea what farming entails, and would maybe even laugh at their rural ways.

FOSS already is relevant to everyone, in exactly the same way. It already is in every gadget, appliance or convenience. It's also exactly as invisible as the plow blades are on the dinner plate.

I've sort of come to accept that people...

· · Web · 1 · 0 · 1 ... will never care, at least not in any direct sense.

Best to approach them via intermediaries. The best, most convenient products also happen to be entirely open. That's the way to get them.

That is, of course, hard to achieve.

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