I was wondering if CloudReady was considered an OpenSource project? My licensing knowledge when it comes to software is quite limited, so maybe I'm missing something. I know ChromiumOS is considered OpenSource, and obviously the source code is available. I also know CloudReady is based upon ChromiumOS.
However, I'm not able to find the source code for this project anywhere. We have had a lot of success with CloudReady at the School I work for, but I'm looking into hacking on it at home in my offtime.
Also, I'm assuming this is running off the Linux kernel, as ChromiumOS is, and if so, where is the source code for that? I'm pretty sure that has to be released if I'm not mistaken.
So I guess my question is, if the source code is available, where is it? And if not, I'm wondering why it's not.
Again, I don't know a whole lot about software licensing and what not, so if NeverWare isn't required for whatever reason to release the source, I totally understand. They have a great product here, and while I tend to push for OpenSource software, I can understand keeping it closed up.
Thank you for your time.
(Also, I put this in General, as I didn't see a topic that really fit anywhere else. If it doesn't fit here, I'm perfectly fine with it being moved)
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