nah i disagree
how i understand it, tusky and fedilab are free software since they use the gplv3
this means you can go and modify the software yourself to use it for any purpose, no matter what the original authors of the project want.
this doesn't mean that the original authors have to make that software the exact way that you want it. if you want to fork tusky so that it works go ahead, good luck getting accepted by proprietary app stores though.
sounds like this way of interpreting software freedoms is the same as "hey your irc bot doesn't work with discord, and this violates my freedom because i can't use it in my discord server"
when i as the author think discord is a scourge and i don't want to deal with the repercussions of it :p
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