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We have developed "Studuino:bit", a microcomputer board with ESP32, and we would like to use a modified version of the Mu editor for the Studuino:bit system.
We were planning to add a Studuino:bit mode to Mu and create pull request. However, it was necessary to change the common source (serial port) used by standard mode, and we are worried that the changed code will adversely affect Mu Editor Standard Mode.
Therefore, we are considering redistributing the modified Mu editor on our site. Are there any restrictions on redistribution? For example, that the Mu logo and name cannot be used in secondary works to prevent confusion with the original Mu editor.
Thank you for your time.
All right, we will try to make pull request if that's what you prefer. However, if our pull request is accepted, I'm concerned because the Mu download page is CC BY-NC-SA. Would we be able to link to the Mu site from our company's website? (https://www.artec-kk.co.jp/artecrobo2/en/software/python.php)
I believe that since we've been customizing Mu under gitHub's public settings, with GPL v3, redistribution should be allowed? I was just concerned that distributing similar-looking software might cause confusion for Mu's users, so I wanted to ask you whether using the Mu name and logo would be a problem.
pygame.moviemodule has been deprecated and will no longer work. :-/ https://bitbucket.org/pygame/pygame/issues/238/no-module-named-pygamemovie
@martybillingsley Pretty stable. It's only "alpha" in the sense that it's the previous release with not-yet-formally-released changes. In principle we might withdraw or alter some new change if a big drawback emerged which we hadn't seen. But in terms of stability: we have 100% test coverage and tests run on every deployment and before every package is built. So, insofar as that gives you confidence... go for it.
And we'd definitely like to hear how the [Tidy]/[Check] combination works in a live classroom :)