> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > It's been quite a while since I originally created MAME32 back around 0.19, but I
> > > just wanted to let you know that I'm fine with the BSD-3-clause license for any
> > my
> > > code that is still in MAMEUI. I already told the main MAME people the same for my
> > > contributions there. It's great to see you keeping it up! I still love MAME!
> > >
> > > Chris Kirmse
> > I'll take note of your license details, unfortunately it's not possible to know
> > parts you wrote, and which parts were written by somebody who is uncontactible.
> It is good to see your post Chris. It's been a long time my friend. Thank you for the
> opportunity to be a part of such an amazing project that is still important today. To
> bring visual organization to a very complex command line program.
> I too give my permission to use my contributions under the new BSD-3-clause license.
> I do not know of any code that remains of the uncontactible early team that was not
> thrown out when we changed the credits in the about box.
> When the team split Mame32 was unusable and broken. We threw out all the display,
> sound and command line code. We kept the ui and rewrote just about everything to work
> with the drastic changes the core made when Aaron took the reins of the core team.
> I either wrote or rewrote the entire ui, all the dialog and option dialogs and the
> option ini handling and parsing. With Aaron helping to get it running with core
> I'm sure you have rewritten a lot of my code since I became inactive around v0.0128
> or so in 2008.
> If you have specific questions, I will do my best to answer them.
> Mike Haaland
Ah, thank you very much. I gained extra info from Stiletto, and so there's only one author left that we know of, that being "Jeff Miller". I have no idea if any of his code remains.