Other than momentum or dislike of change, why are so many “free software” apps still developed on Github, ~2.5 years after it was owned by microsoft? Why not on (less than impartial) “A” grade Git hosting like Savannah, or on self-hosted arguably more “free” systems like redmine and git, as Privacy Browser (and Replicant) do, or Gitlab, or Codeberg, or anything else?
Why isn’t “developed on non-free systems” an anti-feature?
Because of this, I’ve already decided to uninstall Flym in favor of Feeder, and disable or uninstall a few others - Phyphox, Planisphere, QR Scanner, Simple Draw, Survival Manual, Vanilla Music, and Wifi Analyzer. There are several more on my chopping block, sadly - AntennaPod, Conversations, DejaVu, Editor by BilltheFarmer, Etar, OsmAnd, Orbot, Simple Gallery (OMG!).
Thanks in advance for any explanations.