Manifestos

For some reason I happen to like manifestos, here are the ones that I found interesting. Will keep updating. Check thisexternal link .

Name Description
Dada Manifestoexternal link How does one achieve eternal bliss? By saying dada. How does one become famous? By saying dada.
The Communist Manifestoexternal link The Manifesto of the Communist Party, is an 1848 pamphlet by German philosophers Karl Marx
Guerilla Open Access Manifestoexternal link Written by Aaron Swartz in 2008 that supports the Open Access movement.
security.txtexternal link Proposed standard for defining security policies
Humans TXTexternal link It’s an initiative for knowing the people behind a website.
Consensual Softwareexternal link An open source project advocating for better user consent in software design.
Choose Boring Technologyexternal link how to be old, for young people.
hack-earthexternal link The philosophy and goals of the World Wide Hack
Contrast Rebellionexternal link to hell with unreadable, low-contrast texts!
The Anti-Capitalist Software Licenseexternal link The Anti-Capitalist Software License (ACSL) is a software license towards a world beyond capitalism.
A Cypherpunk’s Manifestoexternal link Privacy is the power to selectively reveal oneself to the world.
Build Excellent Websitesexternal link Be the browser’s mentor, not its micromanager.
The Tao of Programmingexternal link Thus spake the Master Programmer
YAGNI exceptionsexternal link You Aren’t Gonna Need It
raisely/NoHarmexternal link Do No Harm software license - A licence for using software for good
Conventional Commitsexternal link A specification for adding human and machine readable meaning to commit messages
Conventional Commentsexternal link Comments that are easy to grok and grep
Keep a Changelogexternal link Don’t let your friends dump git logs into changelogs.
PAGNIsexternal link Probably Are Gonna Need Its
no helloexternal link Imagine calling someone on the phone, going hello! then putting them on hold… ‍
Just for Fun. No, Really.external link There are hackers—believe it or not—who just love the art of building software.
The XY Problemexternal link The XY problem is asking about your attempted solution rather than your actual problem.
Sweary Lightweight Agile Planningexternal link You’ve got a load of shit you want done.
LandChad.netexternal link a site dedicated to turning internet peasants into Internet Landlords
The Critical Engineering Manifestoexternal link The Critical Engineer considers Engineering to be the most transformative language of our time
A Remix Manifesto on Vimeoexternal link Innovative and potentially illegal world of mash-up media with RiP: A Remix Manifesto.
hwayne/hacker-test-historyexternal link Let’s explain all the hacker test questions!
Social Coolingexternal link LIKE OIL LEADS TO GLOBAL WARMING DATA LEADS TO SOCIAL COOLING
Industrial Society and Its Futureexternal link The manif. by Kaczynski
Handmade Manifestoexternal link Handmade Network Manifesto
A Research Codebase Manifestoexternal link textbook example of what a research codebase should look like
A debugging manifestoexternal link zine about debugging
You Might Not Need JavaScriptexternal link You might not need JavaScript
UTF-8 Everywhereexternal link Our goal is to promote usage and support of the UTF-8 encoding
The Art of Plain Textexternal link The absolute art that is.
The E/Jugaad Manifestoexternal link Shrink Accelerationism timelines and budget by embracing imperfection
The 37signals Manifestoexternal link original site from 1999
The SSO Wall of Shameexternal link A list of vendors that treat single sign-on as a luxury feature, not a core security requirement.
Local-First Web Developmentexternal link A love letter to LFWD
The Twelve Networking Truthsexternal link memo documents the fundamental truths of networking for the Internet community.
Language-theoretic Securityexternal link Charts a way to building truly trustworthy protocols and systems.
Every Fucking Bootstrap Website Everexternal link What the name says
Eleven freedoms for free AIexternal link beep boop
12factorexternal link 12factor app
The Website Obesity Crisisexternal link The Crisis
API Design Manifestoexternal link By Rusty Russell
Does my site need HTTPS?external link YES
The Three-Legged Stoolexternal link A denser internet
April Cools' Clubexternal link It started with an idea. Also see thisexternal link and thisexternal link
Shapefile must die!external link Switch from Shapefile
T E X T F I L E Sexternal link Textfiles yall
Vanilla JSexternal link Best JS framework
Open Usabilityexternal link something something usability
The Grug Brained Developerexternal link grug brain developer not so smart
pigeon-specexternal link A synchronizing peer-to-peer log store
YOLO-driven developmentexternal link yolo
No CSS Clubexternal link yea
html energyexternal link divine power
Phone. WTF!external link uwu
in/accexternal link Indic/Accelerationism
The Yesterwebexternal link Internet gang
The Stupid Programmer Manifestoexternal link Not a manifesto, but more of a blogpost sort of but fits
Vipassana for Hackersexternal link Practical meditation for people who like to build and explore.
Nike Principlesexternal link
Notes on e/acc principles and tenetsexternal link
the terrapunk manifestoexternal link
Industrial Society and Its Futureexternal link The Unabomber Manifesto, 1995
Manifesto of Futurismexternal link rejection of the past and a celebration of speed
Ninety-five Thesesexternal link 1517 by Martin Luther
Principles – CW&Texternal link some co. manifesto
PermaComputing Principlesexternal link design/practice principles and not philosophical ones
Journey to the Sea Ranchexternal link Sea Ranch Design