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Peter Brown
The NES Classic is based on open source software (under GNU GPL2) and source will be available to download at Nintendo's site in the future
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Matt Lee 3 Nov 16
Replying to @PCBrown @JZdziarski
Looks like it's saying only the source for "the OSS" will be posted, not the whole console.
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Peter Brown 3 Nov 16
Replying to @zebe @JZdziarski
There's not much to the console, so there's a good chance it will be something useful to folks.
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follow this account for a terrible time ಥ_ಥ 5 Nov 16
Replying to @PCBrown
Is that legitimately true? I can't wait to comb through open source code for this!
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Peter Brown 5 Nov 16
Replying to @paisleyboxers
Taken from the system's OS!
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44+46 3 Nov 16
Replying to @PCBrown
Unfortunate Nintendo still exists
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[All Hail the Virtual Boy] 3 Nov 16
Replying to @PCBrown
Hasn't been updated in a while but this is the only site I could find with OOS acknowledgements.
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🕺 Funky Isolation 🕺 3 Nov 16
Replying to @PCBrown @jeffgerstmann
On GB's quicklook mentioned that some of the sound was "off pitch" in Mario 2. Have you noticed that too?
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44+46 3 Nov 16
Replying to @MTGTheTruth @PCBrown
LOL I'm a Nintendo hater bro don't mind me
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Cheesemeister 3 Nov 16
Replying to @PCBrown
. A cursory search shows that emulator FCEUX is open source-licensed under GPLv2. It would be hilarious if N distributed it.
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Pep 3 Nov 16
It would make sense since it's already been proven that Nintendo sold iNES-format ROMs via the Virtual Console.
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