Jonah H. Harris wrote:

As this document is supposed to be factual, I'd really like not to get
into a war over lines-of-code development rates vs. bugs, quality (or
lack thereof), etc.  The *fact* is, some commercial software companies
could easily churn out more, better quality code, if they chose to
hire the right people and put enough money and thought into it.

Ahem - not wanting a war either, but what you have stated is not really a fact at all - as it is full of hypothetical 'if's!

The title of the document, "How Companies Can Effectively Contribute
To Open Source Communities" doesn't seem to fit the content.

This makes sense - since Bruce is primarily writing about the *Postgresql* community, maybe putting that in the title might be good!



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