I'm in the ChangeLog/copyright notices where appropriate. All my published work on Slamd64 is free software; I don't care what's done as long as the licenses are followed.
This is probably a good time to say why I made slamd64 again:
I wanted a 64-bit Slackware. I didn't want to be a distro lead, or anything like that. I like Slackware, and I needed a 64-bit distro. I made it for my own use, and uploaded it in case anyone else wanted to use it. Now there's a 64-bit Slackware, that reason's gone.
Slamd64 will be continued in some form for the foreseeable future, but possibly as something slightly different.
A true Slackware64 is better for you too:
- Security updates shouldn't lag behind "real" Slackware
- you won't miss out on nearly two months of security updates (like you are right now) due to tendon issues on my part
Slamd64 is an unofficial amd64 port of Slackware. Slamd64 10.2 has also been released today, with 18.104.22.168 kernel (with reiser4 support), but otherwise very similar changes.