Dog the Bounty Hunters
If you come across an orphaned open-source project, or an actively developed project thats lacking particular features you desire, you may be able to issue a bounty, and pay to have that feature coded for you. Googles S
Just a few of the myths about about open source are that it is a secret society, you have to be a coder to use it and it's not Windows-friendly.
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