Church resembles development and programming in many ways. Open sourcing, including Raspberry Pi and 3D-Printing, can improve life. Being bumpy, the Establishment often hates them.
Open source proved its worth with Wikipedia—and decentralized Christianity, in the underground Church of China.
Management easily despises the geeky, hard-to-get-along-with, talented people who make projects work. Talent and “team” don’t fit together… a secret only the Publishing world seems to have figured out. When management and talent have a falling out, they split, talent starts something new, the old Establishment complains, implodes, then history repeats—in business, tech, Church, and politics.