Top: Eva Hesse, Metronomic Irregularity II, 1966
Painted wood, Sculp-Metal, and cotton-covered wire 121.9 x 609.6 cm; each panel 121.9 cm (materials via)
Bottom: IBM "plugboard" accounting machine, circa 1948, photo via Ken Shirriff
Previous iteration of this pun (Pinterest scraped my sharpened image of the Hesse piece -- which I scraped from "the internet" back in the day -- the difference being I didn't lock the image behind a subscription wall)
Actrons posted a critique of Richard Stallman that manages not to say what he objects to about Stallman or what he believes in opposition to Stallman.
The subject appears to be a large schism in Linux over the GNU public license. Actrons' evidence that Stallman is in the wrong appears to be that Stallman was inordinately cranky in a YouTube interview.
From Wikipedia and hints of content in Actrons' post, this apparently relates to mudslinging between "open source" and "free software" advocates over the license. Somehow the pendulum has swung and the free software group (Stallman) is seen as obstructionist and capitalist and the open sourcers are somehow not capitalist. Last I read about this, open source was a corrupted version of free software ideals because it allowed a proprietary system to borrow what it needed from unrestricted source code without giving anything back. Now it appears the GPL is impeding the open sourcers from doing something they want to do. Just thinking aloud -- more study is obviously required.
Actrons has done a good deed by offering a modified Windows 10 that doesn't report all your home activities back to the mothership. No link, since Actrons isn't linking to it from his blog -- spread by word of mouth, i.e,, bulletin board (hat tip rene)