All new apps that I release, and future updates to existing apps will be subject to a new license agreement.
I will no longer release totally 'Open Source' versions of my apps.
A copy of the new license agreement can be found here:
How will this affect existing apps?
In a nutshell, if you continue to use the existing code, then the open source license terms apply.
If, however; you update to use new versions of my code, then the new license will apply.
Will I have to pay?
This move to a more restrictive license is NOT a precursor to a paywall or any fees being charged for my apps or drivers.
This is not currently my intention.
Why have you done this?
The move to a new license is to give me some protection to my code.
I spend many, many hours writing and refining my code and testing etc before I release my apps & drivers, this new license is just a way to help 'protect' all that time investment.
This basically prevents someone copying my code and using massive chunks of it in an app that they release under their own name.
I now have a legal recourse (which will be used!) should this happen.
I hope you understand why I am doing this, and continue to use my apps & drivers
I'm happy to discuss