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Old 05 January 2016, 15:51   #15
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Perhaps they do legally own the copyright, but it still doesn't make any reasonable sense to try to protect the source code of 22 year old SW even if currently available SW (AOS 4.x) may contain remnants of the old version. Like others mentioned, there is no way others would make the investment of creating a competing AOS 4.x from the 3.1 sources. They'd probably rather put their efforts into AROS as I'd expect it is less messy to work with. There is no way to make more than pennies from AOS 3.1 today so just accept the realities and let it go.
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