So you’re using a piece of open source software instead of its proprietary commercial alternative. It hasn’t crashed yet and you are nearing what most people would consider being productive.
You’re feeling pretty good about yourself until you suddenly realize that a feature you need doesn’t exist, despite the fact that open source software is supposed to be superior to proprietary software. After hunting for hours in the menus and documentation, you log onto said software’s official forum and ask about the feature.
A few hours later you get a friendly reply informing you that you do not, infact, need the feature required to complete your task.