I don't honestly care if the software is open source, use what works best regardless of whether RMS approves or not. What I really want to see instead is publicly accessible document management for the laws and regulations. I want to be able to determine exactly who entered in every single word, made every single edit, and when they were committed to the document. No more "I don't recall who added that" or "I have no idea who made that change". And make sharing a login a felony, so a member of Congress can't give out their login credentials to their entire staff and then disavow personal responsibility. If someone pastes in 5 pages from a lobbyist late at night hours before the vote, I want to know precisely who did it and under what circumstances. Full transparency, right down to the single word or punctuation mark. The technology is cheaply available right off the shelf, they could implement GitLaw across the entire government by year's end for less than they spend on lawyers to defend FOIA lawsuits in a single quarter.