A very common issue from my past experience.
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Subject: Re: [TenTec] Open sourcing again
> Well one scenario I can thing of is someone installs after market
> it doesn't work right and many features left out, radio is sold as is to
> owner, new owner says this is a piece of @^$$%# and send it off to TenTec
> with a nasty letter saying effectively , FIX THIS PIECE OF #^%@ AS YOU
> IT ! Probably not quite a WIN-WIN for poor old TenTec ?
> Walt K8CV Royal Oak, MI.
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>> It would sure seem that TT could kill two birds with one stone by
>> 3rd parties to write
>> code for their radios. Proprietary software is a valuable business asset
>> but only if you
>> capitalize on it . Since TT is seemingly not willing (or able) to drive
>> sales of their radios
>> by demonstrating a capability of providing the software updates and
>> enhancements they tout in
>> the advertisements, it would seem smart to allow others to do so.
>> I'm not sure why this is not seen as a win-win by them.
>> John K5MO
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