Brian-with-a-y posted this to his blog
"When I first envisioned RadicalCodex… it was only for Linux.
Having the best eBook and eComic reader only for Linux… well I just like the sound of that.
Once the Beta testing started I began receiving emails, from Linux users, asking if a Windows version was in the works. This surprised me at first, but it made some sense. Most people can’t run 100% Linux on every computer they use. And, of course, it’s nice to be able to bring your favorite applications with you between computers.
Plus having great software available for both Windows and Linux helps to lower the barrier for many people switching platforms."
and this is what I posted to him in response:
"Once the Beta testing started I began receiving emails, from Linux users, asking if a Windows version was in the works. "
LOL you have to be kidding me, what about the Linux users that asked you to put it under a Free Software license?
You are a bigger tool than I thought you were. What happened to showing the non-free companies that the "the Linux water was fine, jump on in"? What happened to your crusade? Are you going to admit that you went into this on a lie? Are you at least gonna give us the source code? Come on Benedict Arnold.
I don't think I need to say more about that, but this may (99.9999% sure) that this will be on ep 2009.7 of Linuxcranks. Listen Live Sat/Sunday at Midnight Eastern (http://live.linuxcranks.info [you will need a talkshoe.com account to listen as we are an 18+ podcast])