Ok, lets take a minute of mercy and wisdom…
If you have had spend a second on VCMI, you wouldn’t wrote such fanatic piece of lies. Now when you know, you were wrong, you should simply say “I’m sorry, please forgive my ignorance”, not defending your lost position. But it’s common for most religious believers to keep following their insane and ridiculous statements for a century after they’re proven wrong.
Shall I quote? The words ‘distrust’, ‘boycott’, ‘slave software’, ‘people of the Earth’, ‘selfmining little group’, ‘stupid fanatic coders’ and the most accurate:
So, FYI: Linux is written by pragmatic engineers, not devoted fanatics. There is one GNU/religion guru, RMS, who wrote his operating system without editor (emacs), and since 20 years tries to write real GNU/OS, named Hurd, but he miserably fails. In fact, most of GNU/software is either abandoned or shoddy, unless it was enforced by some external, usually commercial help with paid programmers - like Linux itself, gcc (egcs was not GNU), glibc (libc).
I’m not saying GNU was irrevelant - it gave some base ideas, but then it turned out that there are better ways to develop software than following strictly GPL (especially v3). In fact most of the most valuable OSS projects are not GPL, like PostgreSQL which is undoubtely superior to MySQL in every single database application (well, unless you application is related to randomness or chaos).
Are you serious? You have absolutely no right to insult anyone for decisions about their own code, doesn’t matter if it was eventually opened, unless you have paid or contributed in any way (money, hardware, infrastructure, services, coding, artwork, cooking, babysitting).
Start with mantis and debugger.
It’s funny, that people without any usable skills (except playing games) think, that “they all together” make something. Show us please, what have you accomplished till now? A single contribution to any open source project, you must have done many of them if you dare to speak such words, don’t you?