VAS Project Closing Down

Via Bert Groner of FS Magazin, we hear the sad news that the freeware Virtual Aviation Suite, well known for the popular “vasFMC” product, is closing its doors within the next few weeks.

In this post at the VAS Forums, Alex Wemmer explains his reasons for the closure, with which I’m sure many developers and those involved with FS organisations and sites will sympathise greatly.

In common with, we’re sure, the entire FS community, simFlight wishes Alex all the best for the future and whatever it brings.

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  1. I’ve removed that section from the article, Alex. However, you may wish to refer to the documentation for the Creative Commons License, as you state that you have distributed version 2.1 under it.

    The combination of our tools and our users is a vast and growing digital commons, a pool of content that can be copied, distributed, edited, remixed, and built upon, all within the boundaries of copyright law.

    CC License

    Without wishing to get into an argument about this, because it is your decision, but if you released it under Creative Commons, then others are fully entitled to continue development, giving proper authorship credit for the original to yourself. That’s the whole point of the license.

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