The source code was made available yesterday morning.
Let me explain myself a bit as to why I didn't release the source code with the first release. As so many other things, it was based on a bad assumption, or disposition I should say. I wasn't expecting an uproar about it, because this is a niche application within a niche of our community. I was clearly wrong, as it seems several of you had strong feelings about this. My bad.
One thing to speak in my favor, I hope, is that I've never done anything related to GPL and so have absolutely no experience with the procedures involved. I did get a bit emotional about the strong arming, sighing and prejudice about my intentions, but again, that's my mess and something I have to deal with.
So there it is.. The source is available, even if it's a mess in parts and has parts that are embarrassingly badly engineered. I got eager to get things working, and cut corners :) I feel a bit like I've put out my dirty underwear for show.
I guess I can change it to v2 still, right?
Contact info in form of physical address or email sufficient?
Driver sources aren’t required to run the software, and is more like a plugin. Drivers will be included later too. I guess from the next build we might have it where it makes sense. I would be surprised if that is a requirement, but hey - I know nothing about this stuff.
- The source seems a bit "naked" to me. Depending on which GPL version you choose, you will have to provide everything required to build from source (that includes project files etc). also binary blobs like the driver .prg files can be a problem, those may require source too (with v3 i think this is a must, but it would be really nice in any case).
So - is anyone already looking into creating makefiles for linux? If noone else does, i will look into that, perhaps this weekend.