If they are willing to fine a grade school for noncompliance, they will definitely fine open source projects. FOSS developers should get to know their obligations. Especially if they host a public version.
I am not just saying this because I working in privacy compliance, but i am worried at the lack of privacy regulation compliance by many open source and FOSS project websites and the applications. Do we understand that FOSS is not exempt?
The biggest problem with having your own servers is that you are always trying to see how easy new systems are to self host. So you end up with a lot of random open source or free tools that no one uses lol.
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