I would think my goal would be to ... make sure the code was as complex as possible ... so that nobody would ever want to spend any amount of time working on the code ...They have several other things to say about open source software development (including releasing updates "as often as possible") and criticizing a widely-used application framework for being slow (based on just a "hello world" example). The upside of blogging is that everyone gets to say their piece in public. The downside of blogging is that everyone gets to say their piece in public. At least they have the decency to say "I am no expert when it comes to Open Source Development" - as if that wasn't obvious. It's rare that I "roast" anyone in public and very rare that I do it on my blog but this particular blog has been little more than an advertising campaign for a piece of software they produced (almost every single post mentions it - and it appears in all the RSS feeds). This sort of behavior does our community no favors at all.
How not to develop Open Source Software?
January 16, 2006 ·
A certain CFer's blog just posted some thoughts on how they would develop open source software: