cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/427359
> [Sci-Hub link.](https://sci-hub.se/10.1080/01611190600632457)
> This is an interesting read. I didn't even know that East Germany had encryption machines.
These people keep bringing up "mArKeT sHaRE"
1. Linux is free. How would it get market share?
2. It's quite difficult to get an accurate "market share" since user-agents can be faked.
EDIT: I wonder if Microsoft are making anti-Linux accounts to try and hamper Linux.
Apparently SDL-org changed the license of SDL from the LGPL (a copyleft license) to zlib (a permissive license).^[[Older Releases](https://libsdl.org/release/) (Check the license in versions before SDL2 and 1.3.)]
I don't get why SDL-org would make the license change; unless if it's for popularity.
I can't seem to find any ML PeerTube instances.
If there is no ML PeerTube instance, then that could be a potential Lemmygrad project. [Also someone made a good point about giving tons of initial storage space.](https://lemmygrad.ml/post/222727/comment/173371)