No. This has always been a people issue. Taking it out of context doesn't mean it didn't happen.
<software has a license
>volunteers try to do something with it
>made a mistake, didn't follow your license
<developers try to get a project to comply with the license by legal threatening them on sight
>volunteers got butthurt, stop working on it altogether
<the project does not comply
>reee furry bad
Call volunteers emotional, unprofessional, grow a pair, should had got it right at the beginning; but that doesn't change the fact that they were most likely not malicious. PM dev's response was to point the legal gun at them. Devs might even have every right to do so. But you can't deny that wasn't the best response to give.
Yes. They fucked up, stepped on your lawn. Does that warrant an instant legal threat? They were about to spread the greatness your construction. Do they deserve your 'self-defense' for their little careless trespass?
Nobody cares about your shitty software choice but your bull-shitpost.
>not umatrix/ublock advancing them
>not compartmentalizing with multiple browsers
If most websites you browse is broken because of jewscript, to the point where switching browsers for those sites is a horrible action; you should unironically go back and lurk moar. If those sites are normal, here, take this rope. Why the fuck are you even here?
t. sent from my pale meme