Open source is fantastic, and while I would agree that most people can't make money from what we think of as open source coding, there are a growing number of people being paid full-time salaries to maintain and contribute to open source projects. And like you said Ben, it is about having a revenue model that makes sense with open source.
Speaking of revenue models, I would love to hear more about dev.to's path to revenue, how the project started and what it was like when you decided to do it full-time.
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