> Yes! We have a green light! Connectix is making the QuickCam
> documentation available without nondisclosure!
So, does this also mean they dropped the stupid part about "if you
develop something good, create a market for it, and we decide to
enter that market, you lose your product and market share" clause?
If so, then I can work on getting corporate support for the Linux
software side of it..
If not, then it's still bad.
> AND, the other advantage of registering for the developer's program
> (by signing the disclaimer) is that you can purchase a QuickCam at a
> discount! Yes, they are serious about supporting us developers. And
> we need to be equally serious in supporting them. So tell everyone to
> go buy a QuickCam, because all sorts of software will be available for
> it soonest!
Thought about it.. At the time, I didn't think they would of been happy
having to support somebody hacking their hardware (against their wishes)
Finally, some common sense appears..
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