Yeah that’s pretty much it, plus ps isn’t open source but they’re certainly receptive (now) to issues. Jc wren had suggestions 2-3 years back for the program plus (just as importantly) how one of their people was doing his albeit volunteer job, and he ended up getting his suggestions implemented on the Apple side (the very excellent Match Progress charts),and was also brought in himself to the development team.
Actually, the way open-source products get better is by people scratching their own itch by fixing bugs that affect them or implementing features they think the software is missing. Go offering nothing but unsolicited criticism to any decent FOSS project and expect to get met with a chorus of "pull requests welcome!" responses from the devs. Meaning, "thanks for pointing that out. Fix it and we'll incorporate your changes. In the meantime, we've got real shit to worry about."
Thanks for the clarification, TrannyOakley; great post, much appreciated.
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