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mikesum32 wrote

Good thing you can fork any GPL/MIT/BSD code that's been widely distributed due to the awesome licenses.

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emma wrote (edited )

Wish you could fork the developers too. As arrogant and greedy as those who pull this shit are, they can afford to be so because they are among only a handful of people on the entire planet who both have the knowledge and the drive to develop something like Redream.

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mikesum32 wrote

There are lots of talented people who may fork this, and I doubt there are gobs of people waiting to shovel out money for a formerly free (as in beer) emulator.

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yie wrote (edited )

Hope a fork gets Linux support.

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ShiningWing wrote

Reminds me of Cemu, that emulator has always been closed source, with the developer making money off of Patreon while slowly drip-feeding minor updates. I'm sure they're a skilled developer, but all the reasons they gave for being closed-source have just come off as excuses.