For anyone who for some reason still respected Elon Musk, this is the mentality you're looking up to.
(His account wasn't taken over by hackers here, btw)
This should go in a book teaching how not to describe your repo.
I know we're probably just supposed to drop everything in awe because this library is used at Facebook, but if it doesn't tell me anything about the library itself and what it brings to the table, am just not going to go right past it, no matter how good your README/docs are.
So a product I've paid for, (Reflector), suddenly throws an ad in my face and the only way the developers let you dismiss it, is via an "I'm busy, email me details." button.
How about "Get the fuck out of my face and uninstall immediately." button?
Don't believe the "if you didn't pay for it, you're not the customer, you're the product". While true for proprietary software, it's also the case there that if you indeed DID pay for it, you're STILL not a customer.
FLOSS all day, every day!
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