Thanks annikk, but I really don't mind ^^.
That is itself the beauty of open-source software.
Programming is indeed, a creative process(which normally brings the idea of copyrights), but it's subjectivity is superior than many other forms of arts, because this particular art, creates an infinite array of tools. These tools can be classified by a subject, by it's performance, design, user experience, etc...
Some of you, may be comparing this description to a lot of other crafts, like metalwork for example, and the comparison it's not ridiculous at all, but programming has one thing, that pretty much none other has: Mutability.
When a sword is broken, it is as hard to fix it, as it was to create it. Programming is much(MUCH) easier, and has a much powerful process to mutate(text editors ^^) and to spread(www).
The beauty of programming is that, it is no diamond and therefore doesn't last forever, it is more like sand, easy to learn, hard to master, and mutable(Although in sand, 'cooperation' normally ends up in total utter destruction).
So when I release source-code I normally expect critics, suggestions and sometimes remakes.
Anyhow, since I am on my linux machine, It will take some time for me to finally try the level, but already downloaded it and stored it in the maps folder
PS: Remember me, to stop studying philosophy, I am afraid to pass the point of no return...
PPS: Yes, Alex and Rudolf, I would love to swim around Eufloria source code, do all kind of nasty stuff to it and take it to the limit ^^