MarkW wrote:There are some open source alternatives to Eye-Fi Manager - see this forum thread.
MarkW wrote:I emailed email@example.com requesting a copy of the source code under the source code licensing agreements, but have not heard back yet. Have other owners requested source code? If so, did Eye-Fi respond?
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MarkW wrote:I'm just asking for copies of the eCos source code files per section (3) of the GPLv2. I'm not requesting the "other files" nor "other works" (files that link with eCos files such as the Eye-Fi application or the Atheros driver).
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