Jul 012015

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month, the winner by default was Lauren Chief Elk for starting the #GiveYourMoneyToWomen hashtag.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.  One of these months we will have voting again.

We have another month where there is such a clear winner so there will be no voting.  This month’s winner is Coraline Ada Ehmke for her work to cause #OpalGate.  For those of you unfamiliar with #OpalGate, Opal is open source software that is a ruby to javascript transpiler.  One of the main developers for Opal made a meaningless comment about transsexuals on Twitter, but Ehmke used this to start a flame war with the Opal developer community, demanding that said developer be removed from the Opal project.  Since this had nothing to do with Opal and did not happen in the Opal community, Ehmke’s demand was refused.  This led her to gather an army to attack the Opal developer community similar to how Zoe Quinn used false harassment accusations to get an army to attack Wizardchan.  Ehmke is like an online equivalent of the mafia.

Ehmke will tell you that she is an open source developer.  She is not because she has no concrete accomplishments in actually contributing code to open source software.  This makes her practically the opposite of the developer she wanted removed from the Opal project, who is responsible for a large portion of Opal’s development.  Ehmke’s “contribution” to open source is starting flame wars like #OpalGate in order to force open source projects to use her Code of Conduct, which forces open source developers to censor themselves about unrelated issues on social media and is all around totalitarian.  This is a literal battle between men who actually create open source software and feminists who are incapable of contributing to open source development in any way whatsoever.

With all of her demands during #OpalGate and in all the similar situations she creates, Ehmke was the clear winner of the June 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month.

  6 Responses to “June 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month”

  1. Emkhe issued a lame non-apology for her inciting of a mindless social justice mob.


    • I love her, “I’m sorry things got out of hand” as if she was an outside observer to this. That’s not even an attempt at a fake apology.

      • Emkhe should write a how-to about how to get her “Code of Conduct” widely adopted in OSS.
        1. Go to Twitter or Facebook and find something “offensive” that a significant OSS contributor said.
        2. Throw a shitfit and demand that he be removed from the project.
        3. Dogpile the project issues section until the developers give in out of exhaustion.
        5. Wash, rinse, and repeat.

  2. […] have not tried to fork an open source software project.  Instead we end up with indcidents like #OpalGate.  When the feminists and manginas realized that they weren’t going to get their code of […]

  3. […] is going to die soon in what is likely to be a massive explosion.  Coraline Ada Ehmke, the June 2015 Entitlement Princess of the Month, is going to work at GitHub on “community management” and “anti-harassment […]

  4. She’s already aware of the article.


    For those who don’t know, Coraline is transgender herself. No wonder she has such a bug up her ass about an offhand comment.

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