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hi Andrew,Good to see you guys are making such great progress, will this be available to LinuxMCE as well?br,Raymond
Hi Andrew, This is a very impressive move forward, you and your team should be congratulated on such an achievement. Can I ask whether this marks a milestone for upgrades for 7.10 customers also. If not is there any news on this also?ThanksGarath
Beside that it is not released as GPL(yet) are there other reasons it is not integrated in LinuxMCE? I would say both projects would go smoother the more they are is sync and can use/help each other. I'd rather see the Linuxmce devs make functional improvements then in staying up to date with updates if that can be arranged differently ;-).
I understand you have to make money. Just thought that keeping up to date with the (k)ubuntu releases is a basic thing and you would be more helped by having the LinuxMCE guys focus on other things instead. that's all.By the way: ever thought of putting a pricetag on some closed improvements you made and see if the linuxmce community is able and willing to pay for it to make it open source? I suppose the main part of your and linuxmce users base are totally different so it would not affect your normal business that much.Regards,E.
We have no plans in that area at all.However we do offer Dianemo S10.10 which is an affordable install/support option for your own hardware. See the link in my footer below for details.All the bestAndrew