@njoseph I think in a lot of ways the pace of free software runs opposite to it's counterparts.
Small projects move slowly and big projects move quickly, with a few exceptions either way.
I think you get a lot more done when you're in a large free software project not directly attached to extreme amounts of corporate beaurocracy that introduces overhead.
Like imagine every Linux kernel dev having meetings 2 times a week, and stuff like that.
Just my 2¢.
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