♲ @email@example.com: We're in an end-of-era phase in which the Jono Bacon style gloss has worn off and underneath you can see that a lot of the corporate beneficiaries of open source were rotten and self-serving. Web 2.0 is now old and its problems are well understood. The sexism and other isms within the tech industry are also now obvious, as is the lack of action to fix them despite the "making the world better" public relations spin so often trotted out.
Many open source people who survived the attrition of The Cloud, which eliminated a lot of small business sysadmin jobs, are now older and a more jaded.
Everything in the software industry seems to be about scaling up to millions of users now, and this is not why people like me got into software. We cared more about the small and the local.
It's obvious that big tech monopolies data mining everyone are not going to solve anything and it was a reaction against such monopolies which inspired the original generation of home computers.