If you RTFA you will know that this company is showing signs of going down hill. Within the context of what TFA said(and admittedly some assumptions by me) I would be looking at a exit strategies rather than complaining about losing my monitor. There are some situations where TFA's facts made sense but even then the company would be recovering from mismanagement or things are looking bad for that management group.
On top of that they need to keep employees from hurting not just their business but their reputation if the information is misleading. Say, the information is wrong they're still checking it and it gets leaked and attributed them.
I have to disagree because a customer base that is no profitable could still keep a open source project alive and new improvements added might revive popularity of a project.. Although I agree with 1-6 so it is moot point.
Your Open graphics project was in a rapidly changing field and dependent on IC fabricators who want and are geared toward large batches. Most of the machinery they want to make is established technology and they are attempting to use only generic materials to make these machines.