"I did not read Pasternak, but I condemn him."
They got some of Lambdaconf's sponsors to pull out of the conference. But then the tech community rallied to defend, well, what makes the tech community great:
The Internet interprets censorship as damage and routes around it.
Bootnote: Urbit is pretty strange, but very interesting and very subversive. The fact that the SJWs don't understand that it's much more subversive than anything they advocate tells you haw smart they are. Or how dishonest they are - some likely are smart enough to understand and don't like the idea of tools that would let someone sidestep their grotesque fascist thought control.
Bootnote 2: Yarvin (who used to post under the nom de blog Mencius Moldbug) is also pretty strange and (intellectually) pretty subversive. My suspicion is that the SJWs don't want subversive ideas floating around now that they think they're in control and want to impost their grotesque fascist thought control on everyone.