"Open source" was a confusing topic on Wikipedia, usually meaning the licence, the model, or the software. Several months ago I raised countless thousands of alarms when I centrally redirected all disambiguations to my revised the disambiguation article and was compelled to start a broad-concept article (BCA) draft when my disamb page was getting butchered. Then I discovered SaidIt and forgot all about it...
Until now. Fortunately someone published that draft and the article remains as good as ever (thus far), though it will remain to seen how much it changes by comparison between it as it is now, archived on InfoGalactic, and what it will become on Wikipedia.
Of particular interest to skeptics and anti-dogma folks is my "Open science" paragraph that was largely removed just this week. I restored it with a improve-it-don't-remove-it comment. We shall see.
My long pre-butchered "open source (disambiguation)" is on InfoGalactic, the original version that evolved into the "open source" broad-concept article. I prefer more organized information to less, but I do like the "cleanness" of the Wikipedia edit and with nothing lost now that there's the BCA - yet I'm still debating changing the IG version to reflect the simplified WP version.