Warm and Fuzzy
I sort of understand the community "share-and-share" alike mentality of the open source movement, but it never ceases to amaze me that businesses are truly expected to share the internally developed software with others. What's the point of being in business if you give your product away?
Seems to me the only way to work it sustainably would be to have the best marketing, but lets face it - 99.98% of the developers of open source software couldn't market or sell themselves out of bed, much less a successful marketing campaign. It looks like the open saucers are taking their core competencies and throwing them right out the window.
I hope most of them find jobs when the communes have closed and everyone has returned to the real world.