"Once upon a time, there was an open source project called
Subversion, and it needed a new date parser.
"One day, a coder came along and wrote one. But he insisted on
tagging the source code with his John Hancock. And that was against
the rules. Subversion's founders said that name tags would
"When the founders asked the coder to remove his name, he
refused, threatening to leave the project and take his date parser
with him. It was a good date parser--just want the project
needed--but the founders stood their ground..."
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