November 7, 2005
Lycoris Source Code Controversy Clarified
Parties on both sides of the Lycoris source code controversy stepped up to clarify the issues raised in a LXer article published on Wednesday. Both sides took issue with some of the statements in the article. The controversy came to light as a report on OSNews.com, and the ensuing discussion left questions in many users' minds as to whether the code in question would, in fact, be released. The code in question involves both, portions of Lycoris' Desktop/LX, the Lycoris operating system, and Iris, the software delivery service similar to Linspire's "Click and Run" (CNR).
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