I think we’ve always been very transparent with our motivation. Yes, we’re a commercial company. As our Web site says, our mission is to make professional software development a more productive and enjoyable experience. In order to be able to fulfil that mission, we need to have a sustainable business model, which means that we need to sell our commercial products. At the same time, we release products as open source when we consider that an open-source license is the most appropriate choice for a given product, for different reasons (ease of adoption, ease of extension, etc.). Our open-source projects use industry-standard licenses with no additional restrictions. We also support the open-source community in various ways, including making licenses available for free and direct monetary sponsorship. But no, we never do anything purely “for the FOSS”, and I don’t think we ever claimed that we did.