Speaking from his own personal experience, Banzi finds that the two worlds come from entirely opposite points of view. "They (designers) would resist very much publishing anything that wasnít finished or sleek, and thatís the complete opposite of open source. Open source means, Iíve developed this code, Iíve developed this hardware, and Iím going to give it to you, and you do something with it, and you give it back to me after youíve fixed it. And, if enough people is working on itÖ then it would be similar to hundreds and thousands of people polishing a sculpture. Everybodyís got a bit of a sand paper, and together they make a beautiful thing, itís a group effort.Ē