By webmink on May 12, 2009
"OPS4J stands for Open Participation Software for Java, and this community is trying to build a new, more open model for Open Source development, where not only the usage is Open and Free, but the Participation is Open as well. Removal of barriers, let more people in, have more fun and less politics. I have also seen Open Development as a term to describe this. Think of it as Wiki brought to Coding." -- Open source succeeded by balancing opportunity and freedom, individual priority and community cohesion. Does this approach have that balance? We'll see.
Spolsky is right, B&H is an incredible place to visit if you're in New York - a real one-of-a-kind experience. I have bought a variety of camera gear there and always been delighted both by the advice given (not always with a smile) and by the prices.