> Switching to an OSI-approved license would make sharing code > with other emulators more workable.
Bah, this is not about sharing code with other emulators, it hasn't been a problem during all these years so why should it suddenly be a problem now?
What magic code is it that Mame needs but can't have due to licencing problems? It's bullshit.
This is only to make it easy to use Mame commercially, as to why this is suddenly so important to Aaron and R.B is something we'll have to wait and see, sure as hell aren't buying the 'museum' nonsense.