Thank you @damianham
I’ve been used to this for a while. There have always been those kind of discussions since I started some projects in the open source field. I don’t think this comes from the big techs, we are not that visible yet. Probably they are from a minority of ultra-dogmatic users who don’t accept or lack to understand the complexity of the world, who think we can build a brand new, perfect and pure world in a day. Those people don’t understand that bringing a non-perfect solution at a given day can be a step for something different and better tomorrow.
But I’ve always said, for twenty years, that I don’t believe in revolution. I believe in evolution. My mission is to bring something better (or at least to try), and to bring more and more people to more ethical IT, to open source etc., I’m not here to please the fanatics.
Those people will never hear any of the explainations you give actually. At some time they decide that you are wrong and whatever you say, whatever you do, they will try to prove that you are wrong, forever, mostly relying on dogmatics or personal attacks. That’s ultimate bad faith.
Sometimes those discussions are tiring, but they can also be inspiring. Also, having a lot of criticism is a sign that we are doing something important. Otherwise, these guys would just ignore us and put their negative energy somewhere else. And, in the end, they always give me a bunch of extra energy that fuels my passion to succeed with the projects. That’s a positive paradox