FreeBSD outlaws virtual hugs

An open source classic from 2018.


On February 15, 2018… I released this video (which I present here, just as it originally aired). Along with the following description.

The FreeBSD project -- an Open Source operating system -- has added a fun new item to their Code of Conduct: they now expressly forbid "virtual hugs" (such as an animated .GIF of a teddy bear hugging a kitten) without prior consent. This is true. This is not a joke. And that makes it way, way funnier.

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