I'm not 100% thrilled with it, in retrospect. It seems short, and maybe a tad choppy. But it makes a very good point, and one that needs making, and it does it in a pointed and accurate way.
No feedback yet in the forums, so perhaps it passed by without making an impression. My next article is on software licensing in MUDs, so I hope there'll be a nice OSS/GNU "Everybody But Me Sucks"-type flamewar in two weeks. I'm anticipating a lot of people who don't understand the GPL contesting my claim that it doesn't work for MUD servers (it doesn't -- no binary is normally distributed to players, so no source needs to be given). There's even the off chance that it'll be slashdotted, as a couple of Skotos articles have been in the past. That'd be nice. I could use some notoriety, and badmouthing all the major MUD development efforts in a very public forum would get me that :-P