What are your most wanted source code leaks?

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I would love to have blender's and audacity's codes leaked... hold up.

for real I would love to have something like a nintendo gigaleak 2.0
I managed to download the original leak and it was very fun to look through it and see early games and stuff, also a sony gigaleak or a microsoft gigaleak.

To end with it would be great if someone leaked the os used by the nw walkman series to do stuff like being able to play video or add new codecs and stuff.
 

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Ugh. No one actually wants source code for anything. People just want the magical Internet fairies to be empowered to grant their fondest wishes.
 

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I would love to have blender's and audacity's codes leaked... hold up.

for real I would love to have something like a nintendo gigaleak 2.0
I managed to download the original leak and it was very fun to look through it and see early games and stuff, also a sony gigaleak or a microsoft gigaleak.

To end with it would be great if someone leaked the os used by the nw walkman series to do stuff like being able to play video or add new codecs and stuff.
I would also like a Gigaleak 2.0, as the last one (in July) wasn't much. I am particularly interested in anything related to Summer CES '92 as a certain Super Mario Kart build might be in there. BTW, anyone know who I can contact regarding the Gigaleaks?
 

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Honestly I just want Microsoft to man up and release the sources of the NT kernel instead of leaking it. Apple did it and they are still around.
Not sure what you mean. Wasn't Apple's software derived from open source in the first place?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XNU

As far as desktop computing goes, Apple is almost insignificant compared to Microsoft.
 

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GoldenEye 007 (Original or Project Bean's SC)
Any early Pokemon builds are always fun to look at
There's more but I cannot for the life of me recall them at the moment.

Supposedly Simpsons H&R's SC leaked awhile back but we have not heard/seen anything come from it yet, making it hard to verify if its the full code or not.
 

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any answer expect SXOS is wrong. lol
That is based off of Atmosphere and the modchip has been reverse engineered.

Not sure what you mean. Wasn't Apple's software derived from open source in the first place?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XNU

As far as desktop computing goes, Apple is almost insignificant compared to Microsoft.
For a long time it was closed source, in fact I think the ARM parts are still closed source. Still Linux and OSX have open source kernels, Windows should too. There are ways they can mitigate the security nightmare that would cause as well. Give the sources to a well known group of people and have them go though the low hanging security issues and fix them for a while. Have a model where each vuln they fix they get payed or something and after a while it will be good enough to just put up on GitHub, a service that they own.
 

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Whatever digital infrastructure Amazon uses so we can easily hack them and hopefully cripple the whole company.


Also Bubsy 3D
and you can fuck right off. how dare you want to put thousands of us out of work just because you're too lazy to get off your ass and do hard labor.
 
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