Why do we treat the OSI definition of Open Source as dogma? Let's take a moment, reject authority, and evaluate our assumptions with a little more care.
Y'all. Open Source is broken.
@david OK, so I see a problem identified, and I was hoping there'd be a proposed solution. Thoughts?
@BalooUriza Agreed, solutions are good. I'm not going to always put it on the person reminding us that the system is broken to have to fix it though. But it is worth thinking about what alternatives exist or could be created.
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