"Recession be damned. The first quarter of the year saw a record
$203.7 million of venture capital flow to young open source
companies. You'd think that would be a cause for celebration, but
for too many members of the open source community money is, well,
"I pick that word deliberately, because the snarky elitists who
want to keep open source pure--and poor--remind me of children.
Case in point: MySQL. Not long before the database company was
scooped up by Sun, at great profit to the founders and employees,
there was a lot of nastiness about the decision to make a small set
of features in WorkBench available to paying customers only..."
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