That'll sure be interesting to watch, but keep cool everybody
Herb Foster is the high-level manager at TI, on whose behalf the bogus DMCA takedown notices were sent to BrandonW, chronomex and several others. He may well have gotten a clue since then (for a start, about the fact that opening a calculator platform to decent programming does increase
sales - for one, that's exactly why I bought a TI-89 instead of a Casio Graph 100 ten years and a half ago, and I know I'm far from being alone in that case), but we cannot hold our breath on it.
Five years after the initial release of the platform, it's bloody high time they opened the platform to programming
Decent BASIC programming is the very least we can expect from them.