Just when you thought open source had permeated every market, along comes Punk Rock to show that it still has a ways to go (Rap, Country, Heavy Metal, Pop, etc....). As noted here, Punk has a lot to learn from open source, including:
Borrowing ideas is different than stealing them. Ideas, when put out there, are meant to be borrowed, rewritten, turned on their head, improved upon, and re-injected into the community for further re-use. Punk Planet was a perfect example of taking a pre-existing template and turning it into something new, and something others can grow their ideas from.
Amen. There's actually a list of 10 things that Punk can learn from open source. The right shade of pink for one's mohawk is not among them....
P.S. Here's a piece of trivia for you related to both open source and Punk. Alfresco had to part with a decent sum of money to get the Alfresco.com domain. Who owned it? A Scottish Punk band. Rock on.