This suggests from a slightly different angle one of the speculations in The Cathedral And The Bazaar; that, ultimately, the industrial/factory mode of software production was doomed to be outcompeted from the moment capitalism began to create enough of a wealth surplus that many programmers could live in a post-scarcity gift culture.〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_HOMES18", "2537497"
In command hierarchies, scarce goods are allocated by one central authority and backed up by force.〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_HOMES06", "2360325"
Likewise, the open-source culture doesn't have anything much resembling money or an internal scarcity economy, so hackers cannot be pursuing anything very closely analogous to material wealth （e.g. the accumulation of scarcity tokens）.〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_HOMES05", "2395656"
Logically similar theories have tended to evolve wherever property has high economic or survival value and no single authority is powerful enough to force central allocation of scarce goods.〔【出典】日英対訳文・対応付けデータ（独立行政法人情報通信研究機構）〕"_HOMES05", "2396316"