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mas
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This forum officially closed now!

Sun Jun 07, 2009 5:01 am

Before you post here and invest some time, read this official statement:

[url]http://forums.rokulabs.com/viewtopic.php?p=121882&highlight=#121882
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You will then realize it makes no sense to post a feature request any more. At least not until the source code is opened, which I don't see happening.

And as in the last year, when the lack of any activity was already perfectly obvious, noone has managed to reverse engineer the firmware, it seems consequently also unlikely that there will be any help from the "unofficial" side.
Those who sacrifice freedom over safety deserve neither.
 
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Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:52 am

"officially" closed? Congratulations on your appointment, Mas. When did you get the job as Roku Representative?
 
mas
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Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:43 pm

I guess I appointed myself KNOWING that there would not be any response or complaint from anyone from Roku, as they don't bother to read this feature request forum. Feel free to appoint yourself as well. 8-)

Does that not tell you all?

Anyway, my intention is just to safe people from wasting their time:

It is pointless to post a feature request in a forum that is not read and will not be read any more by the staff about a product that has reached it's end of lifetime and is not developed any more.
Those who sacrifice freedom over safety deserve neither.

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