Why Open Source Makes Sense (And Dollars) And Why I Love It.
Brian Rehg

Except if you are a developer (a good one, not someone who just learnt how to put different components together), you are loosing out as a lot of interesting work is done now for free. You end up in a job of making use of the software where a less skilled developer can compete with you, meaning that you lost out on been paid by a company which got the software for free.

Instead of been paid for developing, e.g., a new OS you are stuck doing boring web development while having to do non-paid work on Linux if you want to have some fun.

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