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I'm a developer with over twenty years of experience, and thus finding bugs in my own programs were always something completely natural to me. Nowadays software creators and publishers are more and more often publishing products with many bugs and with no effort in avoiding them. This turned finding fuckups, bugs and flaws into a my very own, a little bit twisted, hobby.
I'm a direct opponent to open source. Mainly, because:
- I'm absolutely convinced (basing on my long experience), that if a developer isn't paid for its job, then in 8 situations out of 10 it produces a total shit; you won't be able to eat "prestige" or feed your children with it,
- I have met fairly too many software guys, who seems to be assuming, that if they're giving people something for free, then this can by buggy, useless crap,
- I have met too many open source maniacs, who were pumped by their pseudo-fame (because of doing something good for free) so high, that they openly and explicitly treated their users like a complete shit.
For these reasons (and a few more) I'm maniacally seek bugs, fuckups, errors, mistakes and fails in anything, what is available free or is just touching open source formula. I assume, that you become open source creator out of choice, lack of better work or excess of free time, not by pressure. And the fact, that someone does some software for others for free in no way warrants, that that person is allowed to produce totally useless piece of junk. Keep in mind, that shit will stink the same, no matter, if you purchased it or got it free.
Thank you for spending your time on reading my stuff! I hope you enjoyed this.
P.S.: During server migration, I have lost all the comments made in 2010-2015 period! :(
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