From LinuxProgramming.com: "Watching the recent food fight over Red Hat's 7.0 release brings to mind something
that very few people in our industry, especially programmers, seem to remember:
Learning from our own mistakes is always a good thing, but learning from the
mistakes of others is even better. After all, if we're open-minded enough we can
still get the benefit of the lesson without having to endure the
pain/embarrassment/inconvenience/whatever of making the error. Think of it as
open source learning."
October 16, 2000