Open Source Kickstarter Report Card (Updated)
Peter W A Wood
peterwawood at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 04:28:04 CEST 2015
I forgot to add the most important promise … LiveCode being open-sourced … as kindly pointed out by Jacque Landman Gay.
LIVECODE KICKSTARTER REPORT CARD
The first thing to note is that all the Kickstarter rewards have been delivered.
The second thing to note is that LiveCode has open-sourced LiveCode. It is available on Github.
There seems to have been three other major deliverables promised in the main campaign:
Re-engineer the whole platform Completed
A new technology: “Open Language” Early alpha of the pre-requisite LiveCode Builder released (LiveCode 8.0)
Open Language will be in a release after LiveCode 8.0
A new visual editor Early alpha released (LiveCode 8.0)
There were a number of deliverables promised through stretch goals which were met:
Resolution Independence Completed
Pluggable Themes Pluggable Themes will be in a release after LiveCode 8.0
Physics Engine Physics Engine will be in a release after LiveCode 8.0
Windows/Phone 8 Theme Windows/Phone 8 Theme will be in a release after LiveCode 8.0
Vector Shape Object Vector Shape Object will be in a release after LiveCode 8.0
Reworked Multimedia Support
New Player Completed on OS X. Windows in release LiveCode 8.0. Linux ???
Multi Channel Sound OS X : Linux : Windows ???
Sound Recording ???
New Browser Control OS X, Windows completed. Linux with LiveCode 8.0
I’d appreciate if somebody could let me know the status of the items about which I’m unclear and any mistakes I have made.
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