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  Myths Open Source Developers Tell Ourselves
Subject:   Myths Open Source Developers Tell Ourselves
Date:   2004-05-19 11:08:53
From:   Trackback from http://www.cpfeifer.org/archives/000355.html anonymous2
Myths Open Source Developers Tell OurselvesPublishing your Code Will Attract Many Skilled and Frequent Contributors Feature Freezes Help Stability The Best Way to Learn a Project is to Fix its Bugs and Read its Code Packaging Doesn't Matter It's Better to Start from Scratch Programs Suck; Frameworks Rule I'll Do it Right *This* Time Warnings Are OK End Users Love Tracking CVSFinally, someone else has come to the realization that Open Source's poop does stink....