From the recent podcast: Open-source projects are mostly divided in two categories: frameworks and libraries. Frameworks (e.g. kubernetes) have overarching architecture, have many features and expect you to build in top of it. Libraries solve one specific problem.

If you develop a library, then avoid new features unless they help you solve that specific problem.

This is where "open sourced closed to contribution" is coming from.

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