Games that are submitted with source code (and comments), and are at least 1 complete level long will be the proud owners of some shiny DC points and an uber exclusive "I participated in Open Source Month" trophy and tag.
I know it's not much, but open sourcers do a great service to this community; I just wish there were more of them.
I plan on going through most of the open source stuff this weekend, in hopes of making an Open Source pack that will be hosted on TDC itself; so that the information will always be easily accessible.
I will once November starts. Been working on getting a bluetooth headset that works with my ipod so I can join you guys on the podcast (computer is in the same room as sleeping baby, so that just doesn't work). I think it was Robert who talked about open source things, and I wanted to expand that into a full blown discussion.
Note to ipod touch owners, you need an A2DP headset. The cheap ones wont work.
I didn't know so many people actually looked at open source games so much. I've looked at one, ever, and that was an example I asked for. This doesn't make me super cool or anything - I wish I had the patience to make sense of someone else's code but I don't. Maybe I'll submit something for this but generally my code is so messy that I'm embarrassed to look at it myself, let alone put it up for public viewing.