"We believe platforms like F-Droid’s repository or fediverse instances must be moderated in order to prevent oppression and harassment to flourish." - this is wrong headed in the extreme.
It's not your business to dictate what people can and can't say online.
Your job is to be a neutral platform. If it's criminal, take it down. If not, you have no right - even if you don't like it.
I partially agree with this: it is *very* wrong headed.
On the other hand, it is for #FDroid and nobody else to decide what their job is. And they most certainly have every right to take down whatever they don't like. It is their time and their effort.
It clearly shows inexperience and that someone is spending too much time online though.
@jhol you do know you can still use FDroid and have an app developer host its own repository meaning they won't have to comply with the FDroid repo guidelines right
@xinayder Yes I do know that. But it's important that f-droid don't allow the defaults to become captured by political partisanship