I'm a long-time Emacs user. Generally, I'm happy with it. I enjoy using it and I'm productive.
However, I've recently noticed that some (many?) of the Emacs maintainers and users hold opposite political views. For example, they seem to want the community to be mostly men, while I want to be part of a more diverse community.
It's true that the community around an editor is less important than the functionality and usefulness of the editor. However, I'd like to be proud of my editor's community, not just tolerant of it.
This isn't just a rant against the Emacs community. Both Atom and VS Code are owned by Microsift. Even though they're both open source like Emacs, their connection and ultimate control by Microsoft makes them problematic to me, as a GNU/Linux user. Sublime Text is not open source and Vim has a similar community problem as Emacs.
My question ... what are the editors that are developed and maintained by more left-leaning communities who value open source/Free Software and inclusion?