Faicuai Posted June 21, 2021 Share Posted June 21, 2021 1 hour ago, drpeter said: What they're doing is saying 'hands off ALL our intellectual property'. Well, per Jordan M. himself, who appears as the copyrights holder: "(...) We extracted and posted the 6502 code because it was a piece of computer history that could be of interest to others, and because if we hadn't, it might have been lost for all time. We did this for fun, not profit. As the author and copyright holder of this source code, I personally have no problem with anyone studying it, modifying it, attempting to run it, etc." That rules out territorial copyright-disputes, and all that imaginary stuff, as he owns it (unless the GitHub is outdated). So, at this point, can't see any problem, as long as this port is handled as BBC's port was. That's about it. 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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