Oops I think I may have reacted to this topic in the wrong thread
But as I tried to point out in that post I think it would be wise to be prepared for the same conflict of expectations happening here just the same. Not everyone might take to the open-source culture as easily as most people here. Should some of the projects gain traction and take off, I imagine very similar issues arising, with people having expectations about and feeling entitled to some things/features as if they were license holders of a Microsoft like software. Open-source might be free and open, but it's not a free lunch in the sense that there are no waiters to take your order. People are required to put in some effort on their own accord.