Open source was meant to be a commons, or a shared marketplace with resources that belong to — and benefit — its community as a whole. In a few important ways, it’s failed to achieve that. But that doesn’t mean it’s too late.
An incisive analysis of free software and open-source software's shortcomings and a nice summary of the post open-source tendencies emerging.
Long time free software proponents Molly de Blanc and Karen M. Sandler pen a declaration outlining an updated set of principles for technology that is empowering, not oppressive.
The Cooperative Technology Movement believes the downfall of the free/open-source movement is its unwillingness to critique capitalism. As a result, open source has been coopted by tech giants.