It’s always easy to write misleading stuff when there’s not enough knowledge and experience, and here comes another troll.
Good luck, great skill, and tremendous effort would be required to become a committer of a famous open source project for a Korean developer, due to the cultural and linguistic barriers. However, is there any great meaning there? Why does he or she have to join the community where active development is in progress already? Probably for his own fame and career. – Il-min Lee
What the hell is this guy saying? I’m 100% sure that he have never done any real open source activity at all. How could he write such an article with lack of the essential understanding about open source activity? His irresponsibility makes me sick.
Well, at least, the article addresses a good point that open source is not about great code quality.