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Re: [school-discuss] Developer Requesting Feedback Please
Yes, the video in the game is what I would open source. Thank you
very much for your input and compliments. It means a lot since I am
aware of your significant work and contributions on asymptopia.org.
Your work is very impressive.
I am specifically wondering if making my software open source and
working with School Forge would provide more visibility for my website
and open doors for me. I am not after money, and "fame" is the wrong
word, but I would like to reach as many schools/students as possible.
Does School Forge provide a pipeline into the school network or is it
still a turf war with the guys with deep pockets?
On 12/4/07, Charles Cossé <ccosse@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> On Dec 4, 2007 10:51 PM, Brian Pratt <fatpratt@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > The code isn't currently open sourced. I was hoping to get some
> > feedback from this discussion group as to the advantages and
> > disadvantages of making such educational games open source (I am new
> > to the idea).
> All licensing issues are super-simplified if you are just giving stuff away,
> basically. Then might as well just use the GPL-v2. And, if you are just
> giving something away, then one advantage to making it opensource is that
> you can use all these great toolkits and not have to worry about licensing
> > I would also like to get a feel for how well my website
> > would fit in with the open source community and assess the benefits.
> What's the story on that video window on your game? ie what software is
> that? or, is that what you would make opensource? I thought it was pretty
> slick, whatever it was.
> A friend once told me, and i've never found an exception: The Best Software
> is Free.
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