> The problem no one mentions is that firewalling is a business now which
> means we have to support our products, and if someone takes the code and
> makes fundamental changes in the product leading to a failure it damages the
> reputation of the product and our company. Plus how could we be expected to
> support a product when we don't know what changes to the code the customer
> has made?
yeah! Just look at how much damage was done to the Unix marketplace because
of source availability.