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Unless you have some data showing that one project has a much more centralized group of contributors, I don't think you can draw any conclusions based on who makes money from it.

I'm not talking about empirical evidence that conclusively proves something. I'm just talking about a personal preference. I prefer to use OSS projects that are set up in that way, and it's worked for me so far. If something else works for you, then great.


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in thread [OT] Why I don't use Mysql for new projects by moritz

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