Disservice might be a little strong, then. Perhaps better spoken is “cuts against the grain of…”
True, and thank you for your great feedback/input. I have not ran an open source project with multiple contributors so I should keep my mouth shut.
I guess my biggest perceived benefit of open source is accessibility and quality. If I run into a problem I can submit a PR or just compile the code myself with the fix (in case the repo is stale). But that doesn’t have to be the case in a closed source product that has active owners.
On that note, the reason why I am even considering @filcon’s product is that it is the most active and project with the most recent activity. I also appreciated that he constantly posted on this thread when a new release was made. He’s serious about it! I hope to look into it soon and see what it’s all about.