how-patch-1 #3

Open
how wants to merge 3 commits from how/eu-fediverse:how-patch-1 into letter-draft
how commented 1 year ago

Hello,

following up on https://ps.s10y.eu/@how/105139846386766964 I would like to propose these changes, pending an additional question as mentioned at the link above.

  1. Differentiate open-source (software licensing) and open standards (here: a W3C recommendation)

  2. Mention the current trend in EC investment for the Next Generation Internet.

Hello, following up on https://ps.s10y.eu/@how/105139846386766964 I would like to propose these changes, pending an additional question as mentioned at the link above. 1. Differentiate open-source (software licensing) and open standards (here: a W3C recommendation) 2. Mention the current trend in EC investment for the Next Generation Internet.
Owner

Hello,

following up on https://ps.s10y.eu/@how/105139846386766964

Thanks @how for this PR! 🙏

This Mastodon link does not lead to anything. Is this URL correct? Or is ps.s10y.eu a private instance?

I would like to propose these changes, pending an additional question as mentioned at the link above.

  1. Differentiate open-source (software licensing) and open standards (here: a W3C recommendation)

  2. Mention the current trend in EC investment for the Next Generation Internet.

I'll let @Patrick_Breyer_MEP comment on the content of this PR.

> Hello, > > following up on https://ps.s10y.eu/@how/105139846386766964 Thanks @how for this PR! 🙏 This Mastodon link does not lead to anything. Is this URL correct? Or is `ps.s10y.eu` a private instance? > I would like to propose these changes, pending an additional question as mentioned at the link above. > > 1. Differentiate open-source (software licensing) and open standards (here: a W3C recommendation) > > 2. Mention the current trend in EC investment for the Next Generation Internet. I'll let @Patrick_Breyer_MEP comment on the content of this PR.
Patrick_Breyer_MEP was assigned by etienne 1 year ago
how commented 1 year ago
Poster

Hi @etienne, the link is indeed a status in response to https://chaos.social/@echo_pbreyer/105139618313285671 that I made to "followers only" (my default), so I just "boosted it to the original audience" so that you can see it (hopefully).

Hi @etienne, the link is indeed a status in response to https://chaos.social/@echo_pbreyer/105139618313285671 that I made to "followers only" (my default), so I just "boosted it to the original audience" so that you can see it (hopefully).
rugk reviewed 1 year ago
rugk left a comment

The line breaking changes make this hard to review, unfortunately. :c

etienne reviewed 1 year ago
platforms that support open-source social networking protocols such as
ActivityPub (eg. Mastodon, Pixelfed, Diaspora, Friendica, Peertube). These
Fediverse platforms currently have 4 million users.
The Commission informs the public via various commercial, closed-source and centralized non-EU based social media and content hosting platforms which are accessible only to users that agree to legally and ethically controversial practices. It does not so far inform citizens via federated (ie. interconnected) open-source platforms that support standard social networking protocols such as the W3C Recommendation ActivityPub (eg. Mastodon, Pixelfed, Diaspora, Friendica, Peertube). Many such open-source programs are currently being supported by the Next Generation Internet programs of the Commission. These federated platforms (also known as the Fediverse) currently have 4 million users and counting, which is a non-negligeable number of people to be potentially reached out.
etienne commented 1 year ago
Poster
Owner

Just for ease of review, can you please add line breaks after about 80 characters (without any trailing space at the end of each line)?

As we're using Markdown here, these line breaks won't show in the rendered letter.

Just for ease of review, can you please add line breaks after about 80 characters (without any trailing space at the end of each line)? As we're using Markdown here, these line breaks won't show in [the rendered letter](https://codeberg.org/etienne/eu-fediverse/src/branch/main/letter.md).
etienne commented 1 year ago
Poster
Owner

@how I just left this comment above for you 🙂

@how I just left this comment above for you 🙂
how commented 1 year ago
Poster

I used the integrated editor. What can I say?

The changes are (inserted, deleted):

It does not so far inform citizens via federated (ie. interconnected) open-source platforms that support standardopen-source social networking protocols such as the W3C Recommendation ActivityPub.

and:

Many such open-source programs are currently being supported by the Next Generation Internet programs of the Commission.

I used the integrated editor. What can I say? The changes are (<ins>inserted</ins>, <del>deleted</del>): It does not so far inform citizens via federated (ie. interconnected) <ins>open-source</ins> platforms that support <ins>standard</ins><del>open-source</del> social networking protocols such as <ins>the W3C Recommendation</ins> ActivityPub. and: <ins>Many such open-source programs are currently being supported by the Next Generation Internet programs of the Commission.</ins>
Owner

I used the integrated editor. What can I say?

Sorry I didn't mean to be rude. I agree that this integrated editor is not perfect by far, it could use some improvements (eg. applying Markdown rules automatically so that users don't have to deal with them)

The changes are (inserted, deleted):

It does not so far inform citizens via federated (ie. interconnected) open-source platforms that support standardopen-source social networking protocols such as the W3C Recommendation ActivityPub.

and:

Many such open-source programs are currently being supported by the Next Generation Internet programs of the Commission.

Thanks again for these suggestions. I'll leave these up to @Patrick_Breyer_MEP.

> I used the integrated editor. What can I say? Sorry I didn't mean to be rude. I agree that this integrated editor is not perfect by far, it could use some improvements (eg. applying Markdown rules automatically so that users don't have to deal with them) > The changes are (<ins>inserted</ins>, <del>deleted</del>): > > It does not so far inform citizens via federated (ie. interconnected) <ins>open-source</ins> platforms that support <ins>standard</ins><del>open-source</del> social networking protocols such as <ins>the W3C Recommendation</ins> ActivityPub. > > and: > > <ins>Many such open-source programs are currently being supported by the Next Generation Internet programs of the Commission.</ins> Thanks again for these suggestions. I'll leave these up to @Patrick_Breyer_MEP.
how commented 1 year ago
Poster

No worries, I found it faster and clearer to use the comments than do the git dance. Thank you!

No worries, I found it faster and clearer to use the comments than do the git dance. Thank you!
This pull request can be merged automatically.
You are not authorized to merge this pull request.
Sign in to join this conversation.
No reviewers
No Label
No Milestone
3 Participants
Notifications
Due Date

No due date set.

Dependencies

This pull request currently doesn't have any dependencies.

Loading…
There is no content yet.