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by grumpyoldman on Fri 17th May 2013 16:10 UTC
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Open Source is a great social experiment. Sometimes the project itself is not the fascinating part of it - it is the personalities that are in them.

The diversity and range of personalities can be quite interesting. You see a whole gamut of self-proclaimed experts, self-grandizing prop-my-failing-ego-and-sense-of-self dimwits, the psychotic, the neurotic, the know-it-alls to the people whose minds function as true scientists, researchers, and tinkerers who truly want to make cool stuff and share it.

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