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When open source projects close the process, something's wrong

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 99.236.48.26] on November 04, 2007 06:39 PM
"outside participation makes a team stronger, not weaker" i do not agree with this caption. opensource is an excellent idea/ system but even it need rules and regulation. i like the way opensoucre handle it self. opensoucre is not for everyone and many first time users become quickly discouraged by it too easily. but it does not mean opensource is bad it mean you do not understand what you are doing. opensource is for the bight and brilliant. here is the tricky part any one can familiarizer them selves with opensource products and projects. Again anyone has the opportunity to become the bright and brilliant if you have patiences. If opensource did not screen some users at this point in its life the projects or products would collapse. Limiting opensource user is a good idea at this point in time. Once opensource is profected it then should be open too all.

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