Mark Erbaugh wrote:
> One thing TT could do to make the situation better is to license the
> code to third party developers, or better yet, make it available to all
> under some open source license.
It may go against ham culture, but I suggested (long ago) that TT should
sell a support contract for Orion firmware (and maybe hardware). That
would help keep the development wheels turning. To me, it would be
worth $100 a year to get real progress. Of course, there would be
problems running such a program - how do you prevent freeloading, etc.
An open source (community-based) support process would be even better,
but that does not seem to be part of the TT philosophy. Some of their
competitors are doing better on this.
73 Martin AA6E
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