I'm not too upset about this as there not making any profit from my software, but someone decided to rip off my open source software, by changing the language and name, and removing all credits to myself, however they do put a "based on" on the actual page, but when you use it, you've got no clue it was written by me.
Is this a good or a bad thing? there version is an earlier version of mine, It doesn't bother me too much as it provides options for other people, the name is pretty much the same, and they removed a few things.
I don't mind too much, but this isn't going to come back and bite me is it? I know with some people they will accuse you of stealing it etc.
On the bright side, they liked it enough to rip it off, apparently they like it and use it, hmm.
That and they haven't bothered to update it, as soon as I contacted them, hmm odd. I actually wanted to ask if I could use the translation he did, and add that as a language pack.
Is this normal, and has this happened to you before?
Also to put it out there, the disassembled source code is 99% the same as mine, the only thing he changed was the language, and copyrights.
His version is also open source, with the source code available too, I disassembled his compiled version to make sure he wasn't doing anything sketchy, like putting in malware, or making it call home or something.