A recent post about a cartoon that I posted drew the ire of a person going by the name of Sweetshark.
“Fembots? So you are supporting the raging sexism in open source software development? Shame on you!”
The animation that I linked to is this one. I guess if a person was looking for a reason to complain they could find fault with the animation, but I really never looked at the animation that way. I saw it as funny. Certainly the goats, brains and henchmen could also find fault with the animation upon second review. I just looked at it as a pro-Linux Apple spoof ad that showed how easy running Linux has become. There is no more need to patch your Kernel or check your version dependencies – you can do that, but you do not have too.
Perhaps, because I am not a developer, I am not aware of the issue; is this issue really this much of an issue in Open Source development? If it is I certainly do not want to accidentally support ‘sexism’. If I offended anyone by linking to what I thought simply a humorous spoof ad I apologize.