What do you think about softwareliberty.com?
I've been working on my personal time to build a website called softwareliberty.com and I'd like to have your opinions.
The motivation for the website: the FSF definition of Free Software is aimed at programmers. The Wikipedia article is too long.
My personal requirements were:
1. Explain it to a non-techie relative in less than 200 words
2. Point to good resources in case reader is interested.
I did not try to replace the FSF page but instead bring the ideas it contains to people who just wouldn't read it.
The results now sits at softwareliberty.com (I could not purchase the .org domain). I tried to make the style simple and a little stylish. There are a few hours of work left on the accessibility, code validity, IE compatibility, to be done, but I consider the content pretty much finished.
I am looking for your remarks on two levels:
- Are there mistakes you can spot? criticisms, corrections on the content?
- Would it be sensible to transfer that website in the hands of GNU/Linux Matters? I believe it fits well in its goals and could be a handy place to link to whenever mentioning FS.
Currently this is strictly personal, CC-BY-SA licensed. In case we agree it fits into GLM I'd be very happy to transfer it entirely.