Hi Drew, Totally agree with this post. I've recently started to query mis-use of "Open Source" and it's been interesting to see where resistance is met in regards to using alternative terminology. From my limited experience, it seems to be most common in funded start-ups, likely under pressure to not have competition risk in their business model while existing in areas that great benefit from using "Open Source" for marketing. I've begun to record my findings to track and gain insight into these kinds of cases. Thanks for the efforts you put into advocating and protecting Open Source. Regards, Dan Brown : https://github.com/ssddanbrown/Open-Source-Confusers
Nice resource :) You might consider putting it on an open source git host, however.
Another suggestion: a "hall of fame" for projects which were notified that their wording is wrong, and corrected their behavior. n8n.io is one such project.