Originally Posted by TheLoro
You did no reply to this :
"He (Dean) used and is using codes and contributions from other developers (read @Estwald/Hermes and
explanation about this) but do not share his own codes/contributions. If you want to talk about hypocrisis, there you go."
Actually, Dean decided to make multiMAN OpenSource since Hermes send him a direct message :
He visto que Deank está utilizando mis parches de ps1_emu. Eso no es problema, ya que precisamente, si hago públicas las cosas es para que cualquiera las pueda utilizar, evidentemente. El problema es que no tiene por costumbre liberar el código fuente respetando las licencias correspondientes y que no permite con ello que otros nos podamos beneficiar con sus aportaciones igual que él se beneficia de las nuestras.
i've seen deank is using my patches of ps1_emu. This is no problem, if i made the source public its for anyone to come and use it... evidently. The problem is he doesn't respect the software licenses of code he uses and does not share his findings and code, so we can't benefit from his contributions the same way he benefits from the ps3 community contributions.
He did not decide to make multiMAN OpenSource because of PS3Hax members were doing a revolution against his Bloatman. He decided to make multiMAN OpenSource because he got ***** slapped by Hermes, telling him the sad and hard truth (shortly after
explain him the nature of PSL1GHT).
On another topic (but related to this) :
Did anybody notice that the first time Dean decided to make multiMAN OpenSource, CobraManager was released a short time after this, and then, Dean re-closed the source.
Maybe it was a "smart" move to sell multiMAN to Cobra without looking like a complete sellout in front of the entire scene (well, when it happenned).
gave a better explanation about the "Dean case".