On 28 April 2011 09:57, Alexander Volovics <a.volovic(a)upcmail.nl> wrote:
Though I don't feel happy about it at all. The developers are
have been) doing great work (the overall concept of gnome 3 is
innovative and promising) but are'nt they getting just a tiny bit
too authoritative and dictatorial: opensource should be about
freedom and choice. And the choice should not only be 'you can still
choose another window manager'.
No. The freedom (and the choices you have therefrom) is about the
code's license. How you run a specific project (i.e. what goes in the
official source code tree) is a different thing. Most (every?)
successful project runs some form of a meritocracy. Read on it.