Why designing for open source can be so difficult ↦
After being involved with design and open source projects for many years, I’ve noticed a few common reasons why designing for open source projects can be very difficult. Open source projects (especially FOSS) face a lot of issues that more conventional projects don’t because they lack a clear business model, the structure, and the incentives that for-profit proprietary projects have.
This is a hard problem due to many of the factors outlined in the post, but one worth solving.
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