In response to your original license draft, I told friends
in the progressive movement that partisan services tend to be
more poorly-built than nonpartisan ones and, therefore, by
acting so vehemently against NationBuilder, they would reduce
the quality of tools available to them. This morning, I
further observed that, on the flip side, this means that if
the entire progressive movement refused to use NationBuilder,
it would effectively be forced to be a partisan service, and
that would probably make the product worse than it otherwise
would be and thereby keep better tools out of the hands of
their political opponents. Does that qualify as disparagement
under the license?
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