I've been toying with the idea lately. Create a Kickstarter-type website where companies could ask certain amount of money for a game/program and if the goal is reached they will release the source.
I bought a desktop for our nursing station at work. The requirement was: "as cheap as possible" so I got them a basic HP desktop with Windows 7 and Office Starter. Add to that Windows Live Mail and Powerpoint Viewer and everything works perfectly and looks like a regular office PC.
Nursing home where I work at the moment has a extremely tight budget and the money we have goes to taking care of the patients.
This looks like the start of the extinguish phase of Microsoft's plan.
As a Finn I am really fucking pissed off at Elop and the Nokia board who let this happen.
In an article in Finnish Taloussanomat Rovio denies it is going to move to Ireland:
I am willing to pay a $500 price premium to any company that is willing to sell me a laptop that has a standard sized keyboard. I type 50 pages of text or code per week. IT IS WORTH IT TO ME
I bought this Acer Aspire for my wife about three years ago for the exact same reason, although hers has a Core i5 instead of AMD.
Yes it does work and has gold rating: