very funny addition, guys :D

Want to see something on NetStumbler.com/.org? Post your idea here! (Note - Posting does not guarantee that your idea will be implemented)

would you like to see netstumbler become an open source project?

yes! of course! bring on the code!
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no... qbasic is so complicated it makes me shit my pants
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very funny addition, guys :D

Postby locohozt » Mon Jan 20, 2003 9:29 pm

"all your script are belong to us"

would you care to make netstumbler open source? i'm sure it'd be the hottest thing to hit sourceforge.net since python
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Postby Thorn » Mon Jan 20, 2003 9:37 pm

You might want to do a bit of search and reading, especially the FAQ thread, locohozt. This comes up about every 3-4 months.

Marius has already said he will not release until at least v1.0, and maybe not ever. Just FYI, the current version is 0.3.30.
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Postby locohozt » Mon Jan 20, 2003 9:42 pm

ok, then get to v1 soon :D
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Postby Thorn » Mon Jan 20, 2003 10:00 pm

Probably not for a while. He's busy with family matters.

Besides, he may never release it. It is entirely his to do with as he pleases. However, keep in mind there's nothing to stop you from developing an open source project should you desire.
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Postby Wanderer » Fri Feb 07, 2003 3:03 pm

Originally posted by Thorn

However, keep in mind there's nothing to stop you from developing an open source project should you desire.


And there's nothing stopping you from running Kismet, which is open source....
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Postby locohozt » Fri Feb 07, 2003 4:02 pm

yes... nothing.... except for the fact that i don't use linux because it's buggy as hell on my machine...

sure i could use cygwin but i'd rather use software that was designed for my system architecture.

and i don't know C nearly well enough to port such a program from linux to windows.

can you see why i'd rather learn from source code built for my current architecture?
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