In addition to my post yesterday on the subject of the Open Source Initiative (OSI) and whether they represent us, I was encouraged to see a few others pop up with a similar line of thinking.
Mark Hinkle actually delved into the OSI by-laws and reported what he found.
Reuven Lerner opened the question of who should lead the Open Source community.
Both of these attack the problem from different angles, but the question remains: is the current setup the best we can manage? I would argue no.