#SoftwareFreedom is important, but just as we can't expect everyone to code their own software from scratch, we can't expect them to transition to freedom-respecting software that they find impossibly confusing to use. #UX matters, and we need to help #FreeCode developers learn to create better UX, and be welcoming when people with UX experience get involved in free code projects.
Well, that's assuming your goal is to get everyone to use free software.
But software freedom is only part of the picture.
IMO "protocol freedom" (is this a thing already?) is a more important problem lately.
- gmail not wanting to accept email from you (and the fact that this is a problem for you, but not for google)
- being forced to use a WHATWG compliant browser, where WHATWG defines RCEs to be a feature
- middleboxes that block everything except HTTP and TLS<1.3
We are a cute and loving international community Ｏ(≧▽≦)Ｏ !