We are proud that VICE has been selected as the "best software innovation of the last few years" of the Dutch Commodore user group. Fabrizio Gennari was able to attend the ceremony and took the medal in the name of the whole VICE team. We are very proud of it, as it tells us how much you, the users, value our work. Thank you very much!
What is NEW with the 2.2 release?
Anyway, we probably need more help to keep all things going, so here is the usual call for volunteers... ;-) If you like to join our group, and help us in any way , please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any comments or bug reports, please contact us at one of the addresses given below.
VICE is under constant change. Anyone interested in helping development of VICE is welcome. Please contact us to avoid doing something that someone else has done already. (-:
Of course our warm thanks go to everyone who has helped us in developing VICE during these past few years.
The VICE is copyrighted to Andreas Boose, Tibor Biczo, Dag Lem, Andreas Dehmel, Andreas Matthies, Martin Pottendorfer, Spiro Trikaliotis, Marco van den Heuvel, Christian Vogelgsang, Fabrizio Gennari, M. Kiesel, Hannu Nuotio, Daniel Kahlin, Antti S. Lankila, Markus Brenner, David Hansel, Thomas Bretz, Daniel Sladic, Ettore Perazzoli, André Fachat, Teemu Rantanen, Jouko Valta, Jarkko Sonninen. VICE is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. VICE is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
VICE has moved its source repository to public services provided by SourceForge. You can find it at http://sf.net/projects/vice-emu. We like to thank the SourceForge staff for that help.
Before contacting us, have a look at the VICE knowledge base if your question is answered there. Keep in mind that we work on VICE in our spare-time, so the more time we don't need to answer the same questions over and over again, the more time we have to improve the emulation itself. On the other hand, that does not mean that you should not contact us, especially if you find bugs or have suggestions which might improve the emulation.