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Open-Source Coding is Centralized.
Open-source development is often controlled by a small group of people in order to prevent that anyone can just perform malicious changes to the code. But these people tend to (often times unintentionally) guide the development into a certain direction which they think would be the best. In some instances this control has led other people who would otherwise have contributed to a project to not contributing for various reasons. There have also been cases where bugs have been overseen since the people who were in control of either the development or the review of these changes were not experienced enough to do so in a reliable way, like the bug that made it into the stable release of the Linux kernel 4.8 or the famous Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL.
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