Free Radical
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Community Promotion Ads
10 votes

This ad has reached the 6-vote threshold and has been posted on Gaming and Game Dev. This is based upon street art by some unknown artist. I created it as the counterpoint to the communist poster. ...

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Community Promotion Ads
7 votes

This ad has reached the 6-vote threshold and has been posted on Programmers. This one is based upon an idea floated by Martijn in the bikeshed. The Lessig quote is typeset with white typewriter font ...

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Is this question really off-topic?
4 votes

The question is actually quite good, and should be reopened after the accepted answer has been deleted. And the question is not trivial. If you dig into it subject, you'll discover that there is ...

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What should our site-description be?
1 votes

Here is my take, shamelessly copypasted from Martijn's suggestion: $SiteName is a question and answer site for people organizing, marketing, licensing or using products or projects pertaining to ...

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Can we change "open source software" to "open source" in the placeholder text?
1 votes

I think it should be changed, but "open source" is not the solution, as the accepted meaning of "open source" is "open source code" (i.e. software source code). We need to broaden this site's scope ...

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Should we allow license comprehension questions?
-1 votes

Yes, but ... ... explicit and implicit requests for legal advice (including license comprehension questions) should be considered off-topic and closed. In addition to us not being lawyers, a (...

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Legal principles and a generic 'XY' problem
1 votes

First: I fully agree with your suggestion! My concrete suggestion is that it should be acceptable to answer a question of this kind by explaining to the OP that business and legal context could be ...

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Let's have a new feature: No [feature-requests]!
2 votes

As a maintainer of several free software projects I frequently receive feature requests through our project's issue tracker system. Dealing with feature requests is different from dealing with bug ...

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Can we rename dual-licensing to multi-licensing?
1 votes

We should not go ahead with this renaming. "dual-licensing" is the commonly used term and the term "multi-licensing" should have mariginal or no use in the context of free software. The tag excerpt ...

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Community Promotion Ads
5 votes

Yet another WWII-poster makeover, this one British. The design is in the public domain.

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Community Promotion Ads
0 votes

Since my first attempt at creating a hippie-themed community promotion was a criticized as hostile (chill out, man - peace and love), I've made another one: Please understand that there is no ...

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Community Promotion Ads
-3 votes

After a stint of remakes of WWII posters + a Soviet-inspired constructivist poster, I felt we also should have a hippie-themed community promotion ad: (The slogan: "Open Source, Not Windows" is of ...

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Community Promotion Ads
4 votes

This is a bit tongue in cheek. It is a reference the Bill Gates 2005 interview were he said (referring Creative Commons and Open Source): “There are some new modern-day sort of communists who want ...

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Community Promotion Ads
7 votes

This is my take on the "Open Source opens doors" idea, first floated by Zizouz212 in this design.

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Community Promotion Ads
3 votes

This one is based on the the famous WWII "We Can Do It!"-poster, produced by J. Howard Miller for Westinghouse Electric in 1943. I like the activist phrase "Free Culture!" (as in "Free Nelson Mandela!...

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Community Promotion Ads
-3 votes

Here is a remake of a WWII poster: I don't know who created the original, but since the work was commisioned by US govt. it should be in the public domain now.

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How do we determine if a license recommendation is off-topic scope wise?
3 votes

I fear that never closing a question if it: asks for an open source license asks for a recommendation asks for justification is going to produce a lot of questions of the form: I want to use an open ...

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Can we provide a general reference for people wanting to get started with Open Source/Free Software development?
4 votes

Moderators should combine these into one question, and then create the skeleton for a canonical answer in the form of a community wiki answer. As soon as it is a community wiki question/answer, ...

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