Is there now any barrier for the fast release of the rest of the RO5 source code, now castle appear to be closing down.
I understand they wanted to clean up the code, but surely there was an element of protecting their assets too? If there was a show of support for releasing the code as it is, to be sorted out later by the Open project, then the interest generated could prove to be life support for a near dead platform. Internet-types worldwide would suddenly have a new operating system to play with, presuming its publicised enough.
As for porting, the OpenPandora seems the highest flying ARM system to be associated with in the near future.
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