Does the need to fund FOSS explain its complexity? The four of us don’t seem to agree. Plus plenty of news including KDE, MariaDB, Lineage OS, and the faceless bureaucrats in Brussels are at it again.
The only real ways to make money from FOSS are support, services and training. So why would anyone make FOSS that’s simple to install, use and maintain, and works perfectly out of the box? Is this why everything is so over-complicated?
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