I read (yes, actually read) the TrueCrypt License Version 3.0. This version applies to the 7.1a release code. I made a page on the wiki that details what needs to be done to comply. http://ciphershed.org/License There's a few things we need to focus on immediately to brand the code ours, such as removing references to "TrueCrypt" and removing/adding some phrases. I'll do what I can to help this along on the GitHub repo. Basically, the way to "get away" from this annoying license and move to a OSI-approved license, we will essentially have to replace every single piece of code. Obviously, this is going to be a long, long process, but long term goals are A Good Thing(tm). I was already pondering in my mind the use of GTK+ or QT in the GUI. Both projects are licensed under the LGPL, so we can still release our code under whatever license we want. Again, down the line...My mind is always ahead of me.