Archive for September, 2012

RaspBMC vs. XBian: The dark side of the (open-) source.

So we are on the open source railroad for many years now and we were really convinced that it would be all for the better for so many characteristics software should bring along. Supporting open source should mean to let people all over the world contribute to quality, security and stability of the software, either by reporting back or doing some optimizations themselves. Some licenses even allow to fork software if <random guy> thinks he or she would do it way better than the original author in first place.

But over the years, something apparently changed…

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