||Myths Open Source Developers Tell Ourselves|
|Subject:||Mostly true but hard to avoid|
IMO these myths are mostly true and are a major fact why OpenSource doesn't work as it could/should. From my own experience it's difficult to avoid running into the same traps. Usually it's much easier to fix something in building a workaround instead of fixing the problem at the right place. Sometimes it's not even possible to do it right because of political reasons but mostly it's because we are just too lazy or "don't" have the time.
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