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Read this before starting a topic about Trip's departure

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Trip is a genius but Paul is right!

CM and MIUI roms are based on a network of devs, each of them using the help of the others to finalise superb roms.

Trip is awesome in Android dev but he need some help from other devs to fix stability,BT,camera... problems we encountered in all his ported ICS roms.

I was shocked to see he was working alone on all his roms!

If he didn't want to share his sources with Modaco devs for a personal reason I can understand but he losed help and Paul's support :(

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This is all a pile of smoking crap and is nothing more than attempting to heal your bruised egos. Did kmobs share his code for his pyramid build? Did they even share the CM7 source code?

Who are you talking about exactly?

Yes, kmobs shares his source and of course CM7 is completely open source.

Neither of which are really relevant here.

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As far as I know, CM9 that kmobs is working on is still behind the iron curtain, and so is the CM7 build for Pyramid. But hey, the CM team is large enough to act as an anti-ban shield.

P.S Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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As far as I know, CM9 that kmobs is working on is still behind the iron curtain, and so is the CM7 build for Pyramid. But hey, the CM team is large enough to act as an anti-ban shield.

P.S Please correct me if I'm wrong.

CM7 nor CM9 is covered by GPL, so it's not the same? If they have released a kernel they are obliged to release the source, but I think there's some confusion here?

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I stand corrected, it has no relation to this case whatsoever. I still believe that was has been done was unfair, but that is an issue of mine.

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