yorickmoko at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 12:17:25 CET 2010
you know he meant well
I can only applaud new pieces of software for our freerunners, so keep up
the good work
I personally think it's entirely up to you to release or not release the
source files (afterall, you could also make a programme people have to pay
but it might be interesting for both you and the community;
maybe someone has a good idea or a suggestion to make?
maybe someone will propose a patch?
anyway, it's still up to you (imho)
just have fun!
On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 10:47 PM, Mike Crash <mike at mikecrash.com> wrote:
> This means that it is preview and not releasable yet. I know what it free
> software - but it is up to author, when he makes releases. And if he makes
> it at all. This is only to know, that it is not sleeping.
> So please don't be fidgety - I have spent on this 7 months, every day 2-3
> hours, many times to late night (to 2 am) and I can thank god I have so
> lovely family to allow that. This is true for other my projects too. Why
> don't I buy navigation for 200 bucks instead of spending my rare time that
> would cost by the way my employer thousands? With no donations and no
> gratitude. Anyway, I should slow down...
> Neil Jerram wrote:
> > 2010/1/3 Mike Crash <mike at mikecrash.com>:
> >> Happy new year everyone!
> >> If you want to look at progress, here is first version of MC Navi:
> >> http://www.mikecrash.com/index.php?name=News&file=article&id=116
> > This is nice news, but what is it with the "sorry, no source code yet"
> > thing?
> > Mike, I don't actually mean to complain at you in particular. It
> > seems to me that a lot of people write something like that, especially
> > with their early releases. I just don't understand why, and I'm
> > afraid that your post has pushed me over the edge into saying
> > something about it. Do people not know what Free Software means?
> > (Plus it's not hard to find a way of hosting source code...)
> > Regards,
> > Neil
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