Open Source Kickstarter Report Card
J. Landman Gay
jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Sun Aug 16 17:34:11 EDT 2015
You're right. It was also it increase the user base, which it did
considerably, so that LC would become better known and accepted
generally. As you say, the move to open source was also meant to allow
others to contribute to the engine so that fixes and new features would
be incorporated more quickly. Unfortunately that hasn't been the case;
except for a few skilled people (actually I can only think of two
offhand) the community has not done much there.
I've contributed a tiny little bit to fix an IDE bug but that's about as
far as my own skills go.
On 8/16/2015 3:07 PM, Roger Eller wrote:
> In my opinion, it was to give it a chance to grow, by incorporating other
> open tech, and also to just KEEP UP with the ever changing tech world
> without consuming the inadequate resources of the mother ship.
> On Aug 16, 2015 2:46 AM, "Terence Heaford" <t.heaford at icloud.com> wrote:
>>> On 16 Aug 2015, at 07:42, Kay C Lan <lan.kc.macmail at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I thought THE objective of the KickStarter Campaign was to make LC Open
>>> Source and Free to the Community. Wasn't that achieved? Everything else
>>> just secondary but in support of that goal.
>> Can you give us your opinion as to why LC was made Open Source?
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