Here's your sermon for the day: Datamation lists
a set of perceived "attitude problems"
found in the free software
community. "Especially in large projects, documenters, testers,
artists, marketers and managers -- to say nothing of general end users --
have all become essential contributors. Increasingly, a FOSS software
release is becoming a collaboration among people of different skill sets.
Yet, despite this change, in many projects, non-developers are given second
class treatment. In a large number of cases, they cannot become full
members of the project, and are not allowed to vote.
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