> Secondly: I won't reuse the code, but I will heavily adopt it for
> other language - to what extent do you think GPL applies for this ?
It basically has to be open source (GPL) if you use the existing source
at all. I can't relicense it, as there are enough contributers to prove
Because the iWhatever is not an open platform, there may be
complications because people can't compile and run it themselves on an
iWhatever. Research this. (This is a bit of a messy issue.)
In general, you'll need to rewrite it entirely to get it to run anyway,
so I suggest just starting from scratch, and treating Endgame as a black
box. It's not like the code's anything amazing, anyway.
> It's not a problem to make source available if/when it is finished.
> Third: Similar question about assets / music, fonts / - do you think
> they can be reused in commercial application ?
The licenses are listed in the readme. The background is from NASA, and
I think can be used for commercial use with attribution. The Acknowledge
font is freely usable. The music is under the CC Attribution-ShareAlike
3.0, and is usable in commercial works.
I did a bit of checking, and it looks like the relevant clause was
inserted in GPL 3. Endgame is licensed under (at your option) v2 or
later, so that shouldn't be a problem.