Why “open source” still matters

Stephen O’Grady expresses very clearly what I was trying to articulate earlier this week.

This is in response to Matt Asay asserting earlier in the week that it no longer matters whether software is actually open source, because it’s “open enough” or whatever.

Arguing that the definition of open source doesn’t matter because developers don’t care about it is like arguing that climate change doesn’t matter because citizens don’t care.