So, you paste a quote confirming what I said and then tell me it is proof that I was wrong? Ok. Just because "open source" as defined by the OSI is not equal to the definition of "free software" as defined by the FSF doesn't mean that "open source" is without ideals. I happen to like both ideals... and many people (including myself) today lump free software and open source software together as FOSS or FLOSS.
They might differ on the why, but the what is very similar. I happen to think free software is enhanced when combined with the ideals of open source and vice versa. Not only can it potentially be morally good, it can also be a superior development model. I'm glad that sharing isn't only good to do, but also beneficial for business. :)