Hmm, but the community choose EGCS and a lot of user went to xemacs. Glibc
was developed in a more open way, outside FSF. (you can still "cp" and
"make" with old program, so in some program the developement was not an
important issue). These was signal that community don't like closed development (and since 15 years).
I think the problem with google are the false expectations. If google started with more a pragmatic way, without tell people that open source was
a big advantage of Android, we were happier with Android. Now I start
thinking that google uses "open source" only as marketing label, and not as