Originally Posted by MethodGit
Admittedly it would be a pisstake if the roms were still encrypted.
Why? We are not talking about DRM, but about a simple and documented encoding format that has been supported by UAE, Fellow and their derivatives since 1997, including all four emulators for Android (UAE4Droid, AnUAE4All, UAE4All2, Omega 500).
Considering that the user doesn't suffer in any way from it, and that both developers and users benefit from the fact that this made it possible to release Amiga Forever in the first place, I don't see the big deal about it.