I've been wanting to start this discussion ever since I discovered Amorous, and decided to get around to it today. Please note this is not an idea for the immediate future, especially as it would obviously be a decision the developers would have to consider carefully and most certainly later... it's a thought for the more distant future. I'm been an average-skilled programmer and contributor for various open-source games over the past decade. Most of my work was contributions to Nexuiz / Xonotic and Minetest, whereas nowadays I work on a FOSS game / mod of my own. Obviously I've grown big into the idea of Free Open Source Software, and most of what I use and create qualifies as such. Being quite a fan of Amorous, it's impossible not to wonder: Have the developers considered open-sourcing the project at any given stage? Be it the whole thing (assets included) or just the code that stuff runs upon. I assume that with the characters belonging to their specific owners, going fully FOSS might never happen... even if Jax agreed with the sprites themselves being released as CC-BY-*. The code however... I could easily see it being released as GPL or something, after the project is long out of Alpha / Beta stage. What do you think about this idea? Also it should be mentioned that my own game project is too supported on Patreon like Amorous, but it's GPL licensed and fully available on a Git repository. Although stuff like early access or patron exclusive access would be harder to do for the default components, it is a system that seems to be working pretty well at least for me.