This is my 1st visit to F-droid…
I have developped a small application using MIT APP Inventor, so I don’t have the source code, just the “.APK” file.
Is it accepted/possible to upload my app to F-Droid in order to make it downloadable by everybody ? (no advertising, no personal data collected, nothing to buy via the app, no data exchanged with any webserver).
Thank you for your reply,
OK thank you for your reply !
but uh, there seems to be an export function: Sharing Apps (Sharing Code)
This export function probably generates the “source code” according to MIT App inventor, I mean a “.aia” file, not the code that could be imported in Android Studio (?).
Anyway, I am not sure that I can make this code open-source, because I have developped this app for a company that is maybe not OK to open the source, even if this application cannot be used alone (additional hardware is needed to use this app because it communicates with a Bluetooth receiver)…
This is the reason for which I asked if non-open source app are accepted…
I’d like to add that F-Droid also requires all tools for app compilation to be open source too.
I am not sure that I can make this code open-source, because I have developped this app for a company
Try convincing your company to open the source of your app. Even if it can’t be published on F-Droid, users will benefit from that.
@relan Is this already started? I see “NonFreeComp” on Guardian Project apps & no corresponding entry to explain it @
Per Repo AFs are a thing, each to their own. Same for Izzy.
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