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send me to the trash bin
Last edited by Irvysan; 10-03-2010 at 08:54 AM.
Just don't mention Psgroove? If you put the full specs down then buyers will know - they'll likely be searching for boards anyway.
You could also add that you'll answer any questions via email and you'll probably get loads of people asking if the boards are Psgroove compatible.
Exactly, don't mention PSGroove or that it can hack your PS3. People who want to buy your dev board will already know this!
Your dev board is of course perfectly legal, it's just your wording that probably got flagged (e.g. pre-flashed with PSGroove! or compatible with PSGroove!), big no no's :]
I get what your saying but as psgroove is Open Source whats the problem? and as all i said was that it was compatible with psgroove (which the majority of dev boards are) im not even going to try and relist it (ebay were taking over 3 quid off me per sale), i only have 3 left im sure i will sell them by other means
Originally Posted by spagbol
Last edited by Irvysan; 10-02-2010 at 10:06 PM.
Get the "fee" money back because selling dev boards is NOT
Originally Posted by Irvysan
Thanks to all for the info I'm still pissed with egay.
wow that really sucks. they didn't do that to me. i sold some xplain boards recently...
well the title of the auction seems to be:
"Dev Board ATMEGA32U4 USB PSgroove"
i do not see the word compatible in there anywhere. from just the title alone it sounds like you are selling a USB loaded with PSgroove. i am not talking about the description you used just the title... which does seem to indicate you are selling something they wouldnt like...
also as far as open source software goes that is no justification for being able to sell it... look at the clauses of most open source software and they prohibit you from selling it.... just because something is open source doesnt mean they authorize you to take copies of it and go profit off it... quite the opposite actually.