> > 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.
Aaron's a straight-up guy. Your baseless accusations won't change that opinion of him. ArBee more than fair, and is one of the most valuable contributors. He's also largely responsible for the high-quality SDL port for Linux. Neither of them have caused anything like the drama that follows Haze everywhere he goes. Painting them like this just makes you look bad.