$ strings tixati | grep SSH
$ strings tixati | grep GCC
GCC: (GNU) 10.1.1 20200507 (Red Hat 10.1.1-1)
GCC: (GNU) 9.3.0
GCC: (GNU) 6.4.1 20170727 (Red Hat 6.4.1-1)
GCC: (GNU) 4.8.3 20140624 (Red Hat 4.8.3-1)
by Guest on 2020/10/02 11:43:30 AM
Let's be honest: there is NO reasons to keep a free software closed source.
Anyone who says otherwise just doesn't have any idea of what is talking about.
Protect any intellectual property? GPLv3 allows you to publish patent code if you don't to make any money from it, otherwise just sell your software.
Prevents people from steal your code? Any GPL license force anyone who wants to redistribute your code to also publish any modification he made under the same license, so you get access to any patch anyone made of your software and you are legally allowed to use said patches.
The only reason why I could think Tixati is closed source except for the malicious intents is ...
...that it actually use some patented/copyrighted code without the right to do that, and the developer is afraid that if he releases the code the project will be shut down.
Whatever the reason is the users still have the right to receive an official response from the dev to these question (Why Tixati is close source? Will ever its code ever be published?) and this answer must be also published of the home page of this site with all the other main information about Tixati.