Apache co-founder calls for "neutral" open source community work
"Speaking at the Evans Data developer conference in San Jose, California, Brian Behlendorf said that "good" open source software is more likely to result from projects that are not dominated by the interests of one group or person."
""Projects like OpenOffice... are the moon shots into the end user space," Behlendorf told conference delegates. "There's this rising tide, I think, and the tide is rising more quickly in some industries than others. If you are a software provider you have to read and read and read the market below you.""