A socialist or communist community can function inside of a libertarian society. The exclusion is created by the socialists. It's very simple, IMO. But despite that people belabor the need for "tolerance", as if libertarians care how some community organizes itself. Of course, libertarians don't care. The call for tolerance is there merely to fool those who'd like to get out of the statist slavery system we live in.
But we got way to far from the topic, so here's my attempt to say something on the topic of SAFE giveaway: earlier in this topic I suggested that a captcha-driven Web registration system would be not less unjust than give-aways based on self-installation, but it would be somewhat harder to exploit. Even the lowest-tech approach possible - giving free testnet coins to those who got at least one like (or if you want to accept more, posted) on this forum - beats the proposed approach. Or an equally simple approach, to include those whose addresses have more than (say) 10K MAID and who broadcast they want to test.
If the freebies won't continue into mainnet (somebody above said they won't, which I seriously doubt but let's assume that's true) then this approach is incomprehensible because at this (testnet) stage if we want few hundred participants, there is no problem organizing and managing proper giveaways.
Additionally, small give-aways could be done to those tho translate docs, how-to's, etc. and get things done. Even if it's poorly managed, it's better than to throw coins away which is the current plan. Something would get done. But instead of rewarding contribution in labor, the RFC is calling for giveaways. That is a total disaster, IMO.