- Jul 9, 2015
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|System Name||My all round PC|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire 380 OC... sold, waiting for Navi|
|Storage||256GB Samsung SSD + 2Tb + 1.5Tb|
|Display(s)||Samsung 40" A650 TV|
|Case||Thermaltake Chaser mk-I Tower|
|Power Supply||425w Enermax MODU 82+|
No.open source comments - plenty of contributors but little quality control
You can create your own branch, but go try to slash n hack code in any project (I'm not even mentioning major projects).
It's about what happens when that non-eternal development ends.Is definitely true. Open source =! eternal development
And, as we have seen multiple times, effort is not lost, others can and, if there is interest, likely will, take over and continue the halted project.
The key about OS is openness. It can't disappear in principle.
Oh, and greedy m*ther**ckers are rather limited in misusing it for vendor locking the users.