>>1201>and a major part of why some Anons want robowaifus to be developed by us>We wouldn't spy on others
Fair enough. But we still need to think long and hard about how to perform due diligence and analysis of our subsystems, etc. For example the electronics we use. What steps can we all take to prevent them from being (((botted)))
on us behind our backs, etc?
Also, it would be nice if there was a third party 'open sauce' organization to vett our designs, software, electronics, etc., just to ensure everything stays on the up and up. Remember even the W3C is cucking out now with DRM embedded right in HTML all in the name of 'competitiveness' of the platform. Fuck that. What does 'competition' even mean for an open, ISO standard communications protocol like HTML anyway?
But yea, good point. Now I know I trust myself since for me personally this is wholly an altruistic effort. I also basically trust us at the moment, these trailblazers and frontiersman in this uncharted territory of very inexpensive personal robowaifus, as well.
however, it would be silly of us to think things will remain so pure once this field (((gains traction)))
. A great man once said "Eternal vigilance is the price of freedom."
We should all give those words serious consideration.