|In reply to Comment 10 (Anonymous):
You don't read very well, do you?
I didn't say the GPL has been violated.
I said Hyperion consistently chooses the least productive and most complicated approach to the open source idea and GPL compliance. They're doing this despite there being a sourceforge site and a public CVS. So if they're gonna use the usual excuse -- "we don't have the resources to let people freely download the source like they can for most other OSS projects on the planet" -- then they'll look even more pathetic this time.
They delayed an OS dev-pre-early-alpha-whatever release after it allegedly had "gone gold" because they wanted to send it to everyone by snailmail in crystal cases, professionally made CDs and color printing, so any "we lack the resources" or "it's so hard for us" excuses regarding source code availability are always going to be transparent. Are they gonna send the final os4 release with messengers in limos, with CD cases of pure gold?