So, with that out of the way, I have working sources already available for Widowmaker SDK. If you directly compile them INTO their individual binaries without actually going through and altering the code as necessary, then you're going to run into a lot of problems. The second part comes the ftp server. I have my own, but I'm not going to hand out FTP accounts. You want to see it work, email me info, and I'll have a working example within less than 8 hours of reading/responding. The only
The reason I left wasn't because I peddled some kind of snake oil, the code works. I gave several live demonstrations in-house, and for their costumer base. The reason I left was because I suffered a secondary fracture to a knee that had been fractured at a different location less than 10 years ago, which was due to negligence on the part of the company and the property management. Not exactly something one can just bounce back from. However, that's really beside the point.
The only reason they didn't implement the new system was because they were "afraid they would somehow screw things up making new user accounts", despite the fact that a 5 year old can handle the server-side/administrative end, along with documentation. I wouldn't put it up if I knew it wasn't fully functional. So as far as I'm concerned, their source code is something I'm not giving out. The code I developed, however, is a different matter. If they don't use it, then it's mine. Plain and simple.