Yeah, sorry about that. I think my scottish usage of "shame" is different from other cultures. In no way did I mean anything is "shameful". In scottish terms it means more like "wasted opportunity". There's no personal attack intended here. I think the work and support you've given over the year incredible. I'll explain for comment below.
My comment is based purely on my laymans intepretation of the licensing and my view of this project and the current development world in which we now live. The MIOS licensing at first look is a simple one of non-commercial use. It's not one of the established licenses (MIT, GPL etc) that are pretty well understood from a layman developers pov. I read that license, I want to develop mods to SEQ and I'm put off because any code I write I can only distribute as a patch which makes my code pretty much useless for everyone else. I can't put up my own blob of my own variant for other "users" to use on their SEQ.
If I've interpreted it this way, then others surely have come along and left as well. The result is noone but TK hacking on MIOS Apps and the project won't grow. I also don't see how TAPR applies to MIOS. It doesn't matter if I've interpreted it wrongly as the end result is the same. The project doesn't grow.
I fully realise this is TK's project and he's fully entitled to do as he wishes and he has probably already considered what I've said many times in the past. Any contribution of code/effort/time to society is gracious and I'm very thankful for that. I just like seeing projects I like flourish.