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Seems like a lovely license for Castle, essentially they're getting free developers if any work done becomes their IP.

I can't see this flying with the FOSS brigade or Castle's commercial customers, so the only developers are going to be existing RO users.

No wonder they're considering an Iyonix followup, they can concentrate on the hardware and let the users write the HAL bits.

I'd be tempted by an A9 with a GPL'd Select4, but in the meantime I'll buy a 399ukp MacMini and put Linux on it thanks.

 is a RISC OS Usersimo on 14/1/07 12:40PM
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