Lol, this thread made my day.
On a side note, open source wouldn't make a difference anyway. He's obviously got a higher aptitude for programming. Most small OS projects such as that with intent to be malicious. Especially with little routine as, transfer of wallet.dat. Remove such code from source and release it anyway?
I can see a difference if it was trivial, but something as simple as a wallet.dat transfer or client side transfer initiations could be easily removed.
I don't care, I don't have BitCoin wallet on a computer that I use anyway.
I liked the UI, its not ugly. Kuddos on the app.
This shit again? How about not send wallet.dat but add false transactions? How about simply that there's a huge amount of demand for serious community building and reinventing the wheel when we want to adapt is a waste of effort? And no we don't want to bow down and lick the software producer's feet to get a few crumbs. I don't ask the guy who sold me eggs for permission to mix the eggs with flour and make a cake.
We build here. We want hammers we own for our own needs. I pay you go away.
Closed source is incompatible with the viral nature of bitcoin.