So the next project I’m taking on requires that I carry general liability insurance. And one of the requirements of the general liability insurances was to take down and stop selling E6B software for pilots.
Well, it’s not like I sold a lot of copies of the software to the public. And heck, the Android version wasn’t even active; the software had been taken down from the Play store because I forgot to renew some contracts with Google Play.
But it is a shame that something like that cannot be offered to the public.
I’ve got a couple of weeks; I’ll probably publish all of the code open source on my personal GitHub account instead, because why not?