"Every open source project runs into people who are selfish, uncooperative, and disrespectful. These people can silently poison the atmosphere of a happy developer community. Come learn how to identify these people and peacefully de-fuse them before they derail your project. Told through a series of (often amusing) real-life anecdotes and experiences."
How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People (And You Can Too) was a lecture delivered yesterday at OSCON by Ben Collins-Sussman and Brian W. Fitzpatrick of Google. OSCON: How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People (And You Can Too) - O'Reilly Conferences <www.oreillynet.com>
There are similarities. We're guinea pigs beta testing an experimental web community. Is sociological and psychological debugging... Mission Impossible?
BTW, is SITO's code open source?