From IBM’s About Project Zero page:
This community is an experiment in a new way to build commercial software, an approach we are currently calling Community-Driven Commercial Development. Community-Driven means that we want feedback, insight, suggestions, criticism, and dialogs with you, the users of Project Zero. This interaction will yield a better solution that targets the problems you have and a technology that truly delivers on its objectives. Commercial means that this is not an open source project. We are still building commercial software here, as the licensing makes clear, but we are doing it in a more transparent fashion.
“Community-Driven Commercial Development”, nice. Sounds more like “Let’s Make Those Poor Open Source Fools Work for Us for Free” to me. Or am I missing something?