Software Freedom Conservancy, a not-for-profit organization that provides support and legal services for open source software projects, has called on the open source community to ditch GitHub after quitting the code-hosting and collaboration platform itself.
The move comes a week after Microsoft-owned GitHub launched the commercial version of Copilot, an AI-powered pair-programmer that collaborates with software developers by suggesting lines or functions as they type. Itís a little like Gmailís Smart Compose feature, which strives to expedite your email writing by suggesting the next piece of text in your message using contextual cues.
Software Freedom Conservancy is financially backed by a number of big-name companies, such as Google, Red Hat and Mozilla, and its members span more than 40 projects, including Git (which GitHub relies heavily on), Selenium and Godot.
More at: https://techcrunch.com/2022/07/01/open-source-developers-urged-to-ditch-github-followi...opilot-launch/
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