Google’s “Snake oil salesman!”

In my opinion, this is a load of bullcrap!

“Open source is different than a community-driven project,” Rubin said, in which a broad collection of people collectively determine the software’s future. “Android is light on the community-driven side and heavy on open source.”

That’s on purpose: “When we add new APIs, typically, in my opinion, community processes don’t work because it’s really hard to tell when you’re done. It’s hard to tell what’s release and what’s a beta. Developers have to have an expectation those APIs are done at a certain date. With a community process, a [mobile phone] operator could take an early version and start building devices. The apps would be incompatible.”

What ever happened to:

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