Design philosophy: do the right thing by default and make the dangerous stuff hard to do accidentally.
Linux philosophy: do the wrong thing that’s also a massive security hole by default and then ridicule the person using it for not knowing the twenty-six command-line options it takes to make it do the right thing securely.
@aral someone on fedi once told me “that’s the cost of freedom”
@zensaiyuki *smh* That’s the reason we don’t have widespread freedom.
@robby Nope, just venting (in hopes that some folks will re-evaluate their approach to things.)
uh, what happend?! 😟
@El_joa Nothing special. Just wish more free/open folks would recognise that beautiful defaults and consistency are (a) hard to do right and (b) worthwhile if we want more people to use the things we make
@aral Empathy is not high on the list of may software desigers' strengths …
@aral can this been tested sandboxed? ask with absolutely no idea
@aral do you have examples of the latter?
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