"Sourceforge.net, the premier repository for open-source
software, has more than 160,000 projects registered. Many of them
will never reach the 1.0 revision marker. But is that really a bad
"Here's how the argument is typically phrased: Look at the sheer
number of open source projects that spring up, engender a flurry of
activity, then die off. Doesn't that say something about open
source as a development philosophy? I've heard variations on this
argument for a long time, and at first I thought there was
something to it. Then common sense asserted itself..."
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