"... not because cooperation is morally right or software 'hoarding' is morally wrong (assuming you believe the latter, which neither Linus nor I do), but simply because the closed-source world cannot win an evolutionary arms race with open-source communities that can put orders of magnitude more skilled time into a problem."
Whee. Communism and capitalism. Software is free in the open source world, and developers are generally unpaid. In a way, they are paid in the entertainment and pleasure they get from contributing plus in free use of the end result. The value of entertainment is so often underestimated. It's such a societal cliche to hate one's job that work and unpleasant are almost synonymous. That's been changing, though
"Rather, I want to suggest what may be a wider lesson about ... creative or professional work. Human beings generally take pleasure in a task when it falls in a sort of optimal-challenge zone; not so easy as to be boring, not too hard to achieve. ... Enjoyment predicts efficiency."