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Tor Paulsen Removed Standing for BI Foundation
Do agree. My point is there's a lot of lost source code out there on potential goldmines.
Some projects are ahead of their time or didn't have the right team. Hiding that away from the world in shame shouldn't be the default.
Open sourcing factom fails should be the norm. Doesn't matter how bad and consumer unfriendly it is, in the end no one will judge you for it. Even a non public repo shared on the various forums for seekers is fine.
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