fsgl wrote on Wednesday, January 15, 2014:
There appears to be a lack of understanding that self-serving behavior, which manifests itself in varied guises, is singularly unattractive.
The crux of the matter is not about customization. Each and every customization are not relevant nor useful to the community at large.
It's about taking repeatedly but not giving back. When a user installs the open source software, the updates/patches, followed by seeking help, irrespective of the topic, in an open source Forum, without a single word about reciprocating the generosity of many other developers; it runs counter to the spirit of open source. If everyone acted this way, there would be no OpenEMR.
At a minimum, it is a lack of etiquette.