Wow, one of my proof-of-concept pages is now triggering antivirus response, supposedly it's infected with "HEUR:Exploit.Script.Generic" (trivial to circumvent of course). I'm honored! #Kaspersky
This is a lengthy article, building up the backstory before getting to the interesting part, but it's definitely worth reading. @email@example.com has a point, FLOSS movement obsessing with source code is counterproductive, it's missing the bigger picture. https://lifeofaudrey.com/essays/history_and_future_floss.html
No, I'm not that naive. The real reason for Wikipedia not listing any criticism is its editors actively removing that information. Official reason: "we need better sources." As some people suspect, they mean sources putting Stallman in a better light. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Biographies_of_living_persons/Noticeboard#Richard_Stallman
There are topics where one wishes to have never heard anything about. I can only hope that it is the reason why the Wikipedia article on Richard Stallman contains no huge section titled "Criticism" or "Controversy." Most things in this thread aren't exactly new yet unmentioned.
The results on Mastodon are 5 for "keep as is" vs. 1 for "split up." On Twitter I got 6 for "keep as is" vs. 3 for "split up" vs. 1 for "remove details." I've added an executive summary at the top of the post as suggested by @gcluley which is hopefully sufficient as a compromise.
Don't design your interviewing process like that. You don't need hiring consensus from everybody working at the company. There aren't all too many things that are really important to know about a candidate. Understand what those are and ask the right questions.
Now that a have a mostly final version of the draft, I did a word count. It's pretty identical in size to https://palant.de/2019/08/12/recognizing-basic-security-flaws-in-local-password-managers/ and around 25% longer than https://palant.de/2019/08/19/kaspersky-in-the-middle-what-could-possibly-go-wrong/. So at least it isn't a lot longer than things I've written before.
The draft of my post on more #Kaspersky vulnerabilities (to be published end of November) is getting very long. What should I do with it?
IMHO, these useful hints largely apply to working in a diverse environment in general, not just when dealing with autistic people. They boil down to: don't assume that everybody thinks and reacts in the same way as you and be respectful.