OSS has won. After years of convincing people to use open source software, fighting with false dichotomy between OSS and industrial, commercial software, and defending against negative biases, position of OSS is no longer disputed – it's been used by vast majority of companies around the world, it has become default choice when choosing technologies, it powers the Internet, our PCs, mobile phones and most devices we use every day, it's been accepted by huge, conservative companies that were against whole concept few years ago.
But were we ready for that? Have we built enough foundations for this new world, or are we just building castle on the sand and another disaster like Heartblead is going to happen? Is it fair to blame on OSS failures of the software
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