No shock here.
If you really took a hard look at the Open Source Community, you'll see its a false economy.
Its unsustainable unless you have a commercial entity that holds a monopoly on commercial support.
I was fortunate to have a one on one conversation with Mike Olson then CEO of Cloudera. He said he believed 100% in the open source model. He had founded multiple open source companies but then sold most of them to Oracle. But here's the rub. What happens when your Oracles, EMC, IBM, etc all end up going away because they don't have the revenues to support buying or funding open source startups?
One can look at the three big Hadoop vendors to see three different tactics to see what works and doesn't.
I'm sure I am going to get down voted by the freetards who don't grok the economics behind software development and software companies but having lived through 30+ years in the IT industry.
There's more to this than just economics but also design decisions that can kill a good product.