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  1. Since XP, VX and VX Ace are deprecated, the source code should be available, so that certain problems can actually be fixed.

    Maybe then, the experience will be better going forward.

    Note, I didn't say make the source code public. Yet.

    1. Kayzee

      Kayzee

      Not likely to ever happen. Closest thing you will ever get is projects like EasyRPG and Mkxp.

    2. PhoenixSoul

      PhoenixSoul

      Ah, it used to be that for a fee, one could get a copy of the source code if the dev opted to provide it.

      Hah; I'd love to see 'Right to Repair' tackle software...LOL

    3. Kayzee

      Kayzee

      It used to be most software was made by hobbyists and they tended to provide source code anyway. Then more and more big corporations started getting into software and they wanted to control everything. That triggered the great free software rebellion and... well history is complemented and I'm not going to go over all of it.

      A big part of the 'Right to Repair' stuff is abut software and having the right to install custom software on to devices and stuff like that. As for the right to repair software it's self, that's partly what the idea of free software is all about, the freedom to change and fix software.

      So support free software kiddos!

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