So, I guess this entire thread brings up a very interesting question...
HAS the source code indeed been hacked, and therefore indeed obtained, by those noble among us (Phil Pemberton, Jesse Booth, Aharon Robbins & others I have inadvertently neglected to mention) who have created, developed and continue to improve this emulator?
Why obtain the source code? Well, maybe what one can "do" with it is to preserve the legacy of what it is. As a self-appointed historian of many things Convergent for the past 6 years, I find it a fascinating thing to preserve. Much like keeping detailed volumes of history in a library (or on the internet these days). Nobody could care for years to come, even decades, but once someone does, there it will have been...preserved by those few who cared.
I've learned a lot about this part of computing history that I never knew of when I obtained my first AT&T Unix PC in 2014, and wanted to learn enough to make it work, and become familiar with it. I know there are others who have this interest, both now, and in the future.
So, I just want to say a special "Thanks" to the contributors here that I've gotten to know. DoN Nichols, you are at the top the list, and although I just missed him when I started in 2013-2014, the late Thad Floryan. And there are MANY others. To all of you who brought us this far in preserving these marvelous, ingenious and still somewhat enigmatic machines, we thank you.
And thank you, Forest, for bringing up the topic.
Just my rambling thoughts late this Monday evening...