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I think the issue here is that you're viewing the merit of open-source entirely based on the immediate profitability of the software.

The benefits of FOSS are largely non-monetary. I know as entrepreneurs and professionals that might be a hard line-of-thought to default to, but I think it is extremely short-sighted (and borderline ignorant) to judge the merits of free software by its profitability.




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