Amazing and totally great! As a 15+ years Linux/OSS guy, I embrace this move.Not only will this allow others adding their LP features, but might also serve to put pressure on the market for features missing in other products.
Big time kudos to Bob ;) /vam David Lamkins wrote:
I was just doing my weekly check of the Looperlative board, only to find it no longer responding. I backtracked to the top of the domain, and found this:"Looperlative the maker of the most advanced hardware looper on the market is going through a redesign. Please forgive this interruption of service but it is necessary to get caught up with commitments to all of our existing customers. Looperlative will once again sell advanced loopers after all existing commitments are satisfied.Looperlative is also announcing the release of the LP1 firmware source code as open source. We are now providing a snapshot of the sources as of June 1, 2013 to the open source community. You are welcome to modify and redistribute, but we have placed under the GNU Public License version 2. This simply means that if you distribute a binary of any of our code, you must offer our source code and your modifications of our source code to the public. Commercial entities are welcome to contact us for proprietary licensing contracts.The LP1 source code is now officially available at: https://github.com/looperlative <http://github.com/looperlative>"-- "The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources." Albert Einstein http://soundcloud.com/davidlamkins http://reverbnation.com/lamkins http://reverbnation.com/lcw http://lamkins-guitar.com/ http://lamkins.net/ http://successful-lisp.com/
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