My curiosity is piqued on two points. The
first pertains to InstantDB licnesing. You've made it very clear in a
coupleof recent e-mails that anyone has the right to use and even redistribute
InstantDB, as long as that includes an acknowledgement of Lutris' ownership (and
other small details). However, on the web site, the official Lutris
statement is "check with us for licensing details". Why doesn't
Lustris just update the website to be consistent with your rather clear and
unambiguous licensing explanation?
The second part of my curiosity pertains to
open-source plans. Lutris (and you) have stated that this is
planned. Yet there are a number of folks who have asked for more
details and - curiously - their requests remains unanswered (which is rather
strange for this list). Why is that (or better, what are Lutris'
plans in this regard)?
Perhaps I'm a bit jaded by my memory of Lutris'
strange initial effort to shift XMLC away from open-source and into a
proprietary status. For those who were 'around' at that time, this created
quite a furor, till Lutris eventually backed off. I don't imagine anything
like that is afoot, but a little clarification would be most