> > Well that's even more ridiculous then. If they've been dumped already then any risk > > to his pcbs is over, they won't be damaged because they've already been dumped. > > I'm not aware of any claim about damage to the pcb's. There is one and only one > reason the roms haven't been made public & thats because he promised he wouldn't. He > had to promise or he'd never have gotten the boards. > > > And in the guy's defense, he absolutely has the right to keep it to himself, the > only > > problem is he doesn't. He dangles it above the surface of the water like bait for a > > fish and then pulls it back at the last second. If he wants a private collection > and > > doesn't want to come off as a jerk, maybe he should actually keep it private. > > He never dangled it. Ever since the rabid zealots found out he had it, he was > constantly asked in an aggressive way to release it. Eventually to try and shut it up > he pulled a ridiculously large figure out of his head, unfortunately this went above > their heads and they started a fund raiser. He should have just ignored them, or at > the very least set the asking price so high it would keep them busy for their entire > lifetime trying to scrape the money together.
And that would be me you are referring to there as a "rabid zealot" and you are completely wrong in your views of what happened. And no, I'm not going to open up this can of worms again.