I am forced to remove the link to your opk, because it contains copyrighted BIOS inside, and this is against the forum rule
. I see your emulator is creating a folder structure in $HOME/.atari/, so it should be able for the users to put their bios of choice in there on their own instead.
I have backed up your original link, in case you need it.
However, I would also like to give you the feedback on your port. I understand that this is your first port, but here is the stuff I found that should be improved:
* Removing the redundant menu options. For example, the clock frequency option is left from the Dingoo A320 port and modifying it causes the emulator to crash.
* Using the joystick in the menu makes the emulator to reject any input for a while (including analog and D-PAD).
* There are several copyrighted Atari logos in both the emulator menu (screenshot) and game icon. We would have to reject the opk from the official repository
for that very reason. In my opinion it is better to remove the screenshot altogether - it doesn't bring anything to the emulation. As for the icon, you can ask around the graphics artists in the community to design a pixelart version of the console hardware - as long as that has no logos and isn't a photograph of the device, there should be no legal issues with it.
If you are interested in polishing the quality of your emulator, take a look at these guidelines
for good GCW Zero ports.