In another episode of the tr.im saga, Nambu’s Eric Woodward, announced that the service will be opened to the community on September 15, 2009 and the code will be released under the MIT open-source license.
Woodward also promised that he will continue to cover financial costs to continue the service. Donations are welcome and accepted. Further on it was announced that tr.im data will be released in real-time to anyone interested and that the possibility to use the tr.im platform on self-maintained domains will be offered as well.
Personally I am getting a little bored of the constant change in direction coming from Nambu and I do not expect anything else than a news update in the next days, announcing that tr.im has been sold.
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