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“How they’re using it is obviously what’s most useful, helpful, and beneficial to them. Instead of struggling to make it be exactly what you want, why not work with them? Learn why that particular process or workflow is most helpful to them.”
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“If you’ve got products that are proprietary as well as open source, it’s important for you (and your stakeholders) to remember that your open source customers who typically aren’t paying for your product are just as valuable as your paying customers . Their feedback, contributions, and support are integral to your success. Because of this, you need to protect the open source offerings that your company has. Don’t make the open source products subpar to your paid products. Offer support to them just like you would to your paying customers. And treat your open source community just like you would your paying customers—with respect and appreciation.”
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