Do you mean the IDE or the libraries (or both)?
I don't see it happening.
That's why I included Stencyl as an example as Stencyl is a commercial product. Its engine is OSS, but its IDE isn't. I really don't care if the IDE is open or not. The IDE is the front-end, while the framework is the back-end.Commercial and open source does not have to contradict each other
Exactly. Need feature "A"? See if you can code it yourself. If you do, then you can commit it to your repo, then submit a pull request to Erel. If your pull request is accepted, then feature "A" would be released at some point in the near future.Better product, less work for Erel
Open source needs special infra-structure.. you can't just write the code and release it.. you should have full control in it's development by others and have the (tools) to do that.
With regards to the bug you are suspecting that it's in the source code, first, you can't make sure 100% about that.. second, how did you discover the big? in your project I think, so you
can just report it to Anywhere Software.. then Erel will track it down... (bugs and wish list forum).
If the code is not available, his achievement will die with him, as will our possibilities of taking over the torch.