> I just wanted to add some words to the discussion in as the founder of
> the project. I=E2=80=99m very flattered that Jack would like to releas=
> game commercially. In general I don=E2=80=99t mind what people do with=
> source code of the pinball game, I would not mind if someone made a
> commercial product of it. I guess there are open source licensees
> that support commercial versions e.g. BSD. It, however, seems rather
> hard at the moment to change the license as more than one person is
> involved in the project.
> But the biggest problem with the open source idea is that the project
> is dead. No one is doing any work on it at the moment, so any high
> score support or new tables won=E2=80=99t be added. I=E2=80=99m at the=
> busy with my work and have a handful other spare time projects that I
> need to get released and all the other guys seems to be tied up
> somewhere else. But if Jack gathered up a team that would continue
> the project it would a different thing. On the other hand a
> commercial team would very quickly get to the stage of where Emilia
> Pinball is today if the started from scratch.
> I guess that is all I had to add=E2=80=A6
> Cheers, Henrik
To conclude, what do u miss in the current version, are u capable of
doing this ?
at the same side I can try to hire new developpers, but sponsoring the
project will speed up things (i am about to enable a donation section
online https://sourceforge.net/projects/pinball/ )