Ahh, what the heck, I’ll jump in too for 6. Though the last beer I brewed was before a cross country move and the start of covid (it was a Gruit of my own recipe), last wine was about 4 years ago (an Elderberry port style). However, I do currently have some neglected kombucha hanging out in my cupboard.
On topic: would anyone besides a Mush fanboy actually buy this?
There is a difference between code transparency, where users will be able to see the mechanisms that choose tweets for their timelines, and code being open-source, where the community can actually submit its own code for consideration, and use the algorithm in other projects. While Musk has said it’ll be open source, Twitter will have to actually do the work if it wants to earn that label. That involves figuring out systems for governance that decide what pull requests to approve, what user-raised issues deserve attention, and how to stop bad actors from trying to sabotage the code for their own purposes.