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From: Miroslaw Zalewski []
Sent: Monday, May 06, 2013 8:25 AM

In open source world, you are supposed to scratch your own itch (that is: send
patches or hire someone to do it for you). If you can't or are unable to, then
you might be better off somewhere else.

This is one of reasons why Linux and other open source apps never really get
substantial share of desktop market. Most desktop users can't scratch their
own itch, so they leave.


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