I was just wondering if I could submit an open-source application for Fast Track 2010 or Dollars for Download 2010. In the article (http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/million-dollar-development-fund-details) it just states free or paid applications and I'm not sure if it means free as in closed source or free as in open source or both. I would be glad if someone could clarify that for me.
I just want to double check this, since I recommended the contest to a bunch of people. ;) The Fast Track and Dollars for Downloads is open to both Windows and Linux apps, right? I ran across a confusing quip on a blog, that I wanted to be sure was wrong.
So that means if even you developer a free app, you’ll get $500 when it’s approved and $2 per download. (Up to a limit of $5K for a free app. $25k for a paid app.)
Today, we are announcing the launch of the Intel Atom Developer Program Million Dollar Development Fund. This fund will have multiple elements launching over the course of the year, but the first three elements – Fast Track 2010, Dollars for Downloads 2010 and the Intel Atom Developer Challenge are now available. Get more details here…Questions/ comments/ feedback? Send them our way or just use this forum.
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