So some guy from Nokia named Ari Jaaksi was speaking at some conference and said something along the lines of open source developers needing to be "educated" about consumer restriction technologies like DRM.
While I agree with Ted Tso that these words weren't chosen wisely, I believe that the actual message got "lost in translation".
As reported at some point Ari Jaaksi said "...but we are not yet ready to play by the rules..." (emphasis mine), cleary indicating a wish to move beyond the the messed up situation they are currently in, caught by traps like DRM.
To get out they need help from someone who is not trapped and, as Ari Jaaksi indicates, this basically means the Free and Open Source developers on a technical side and the Free Culture communities overall, since anyone in the industry is caught as well.
To help somebody out of a trap one needs to understand the trap and how those in it got caught (or why they willingly submitted into), so I am going to discuss one of the: DRM, Digital Restriciton Management, e.g. technology and techniques to deny consumers the execution of part of their rights.
DRM is a very nasty trap, not only for those effected by it from outside, but also for those caught in it, because it is a cover-up of a lie.
It started when those who get the work of the gifted to distribute it to the consumers, also known as publishers, failed to do their job properly and their profits declined.
To make sure their lie would not be noticied, they were willing to spend money on whoever was willing to help hold up the fake truth and when money is to be made, there is always somebody willing to take it.
So DRM was born and everybody directly involved knows that it does not work as advertised to those who pay it.
There will be different strategies how we, the untrapped, can help them out, assist them in getting out, disarming the traps, etc. and each strategy will have different implications for both sides.
I think we should continue to do what we do best: delivering cool, innovative, useful and, most important none-restricting, techology experiences, so customers learn to understand that they do not have to cast away their rights in order to participate in modern life style.