That was a very well thought-out post and I couldn't agree more. The author of the article seems to be complaining about the very thing that makes this community what it is. Stech is right that there could be more organization among developers which may lead to giant software suites which could compete with specific popular Windows titles But then we would lose many of the individual innovations and creativity which comes primarily from a wide array of seperate developers contributing to the community. The state of Open Source seems to be that of anarchy, essentially. Individuals do exactly what they please all the time, developing various products which sometimes are useful and othertimes are worthless, but all of which are free to use and alter. Sometimes teams are formed and they follow their own collective agenda, but generally speaking the lack of constraining licenses and capitalistic goals are what make this community work, however disorganized it may seem, right?
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