Giana's Return is a closed source software. I am in possesion of the source code, but I need permission from the authors every time I port it to a new hardware. OpenJazz's A320 changes were merged back with the official code repository, and as for the SuperTux source, it's available on openhandhelds archive.
The fact that the OS is GPL does not mean you can run GPL-only software on it. Some homebrew remains closed source and this is neither illegal nor controversial. You can only complain if someone makes an opensource game port and does not release his changes to the code. But then direct your anger towards that person, not the community. We do not endorse GPL violations and we have raised the issue every time someone delivered software that breaks the license (vide Lion's native os emulators).
it think all these "opensource" machines live in some kind of grey market,
they are used mainly for emulation with roms we don't always own the rights for
that's the pure truth
don't tell me you bought an original dingoo back in the day and always used it for development...
we 're not that naive...
First Dingoo was Controversial . Pandora in my opinion was a scam ( 2 years with
my money and seeing them selling the machine as available on ebay.uk for twice the price was not cool)
then why , why , all of a sudden , there's that much concern and rage against this system?
it's not that the other front covered machines are that clean...
maybe we should all move on...
there's still a LOT of unanswered questions about our coming GCWs
it will be GAME OVER when psvita is cracked