Was blame thrown at Joomla because it's open source?
Open source is alive and well, at least as measured by all the news coming out in the past week, a sampling of which can be found here.
In a sign that allowing proprietary add-ons to open source code may create more problems and friction than it solves, Linux.com highlights a growing furor in the Joomla! community over proprietary extensions to the GPL code. The answer for Joomla! is to
Open source lets the code speak for itself.
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Some people in the open-source community are never happy unless all software is perfect, and perfectly free.
Developers may have to adapt to browsers that lose features, such as CSS Variables, as Google and Apple part ways in browser development.
The United States may buy a lot of proprietary software, but when it comes to international development, it's betting on open source.