I get nervous when I think about how long it's taken community-oriented free software to have interfaces that resemble "could be comfortable on mobile" and how much more critical user freedom concerns will be when we're all wearing sensory-modifying wearable computing and how hard it will be for the FOSS world to adjust its software to comfortably work on augmented reality type systems

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@cwebber I think we need to be out in front instead of always chasing proprietary software on proprietary hardware. Focus on the use cases that are harder for proprietary software/hardware companies to make a business case for.

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