Free Software Magazine: Free Software is a Weak Mode of Production
Oct 17, 2006, 03:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Scott Carpenter)
"The success of GNU/Linux and other free software projects is
annoying. Free and open source development doesn't fit neatly in
the box of standard business practices and is therefore a problem.
We really need to break free of those hippies at the Free Software
Foundation and let the grown-ups manage things from here on out.
Not to mention that the peer-based production model doesn't really
work that great anyway.
"Or at least, that's what I inferred from this post at
IPcentral. There are some peculiar ideas there that prompted me to
write in response..."