It is always good when bad things settle down peacefully.
Recently, one of the tinyBuild's community managers said in a Discord chat some rather dumb things regarding the company's stance on DRM-free, piracy and their corporate policy on the matter, trying to justify the lack of updates on GOG (for "Punch Club" and "Party Hard" for example, which were neglected for years, both being Linux releases) as an anti-pirate measures, after which some of the community have become riled-up.
To calm the userbase, none other than Alex Nichiporchik, CEO of tinyBuild, has given an explanation, stating that all of this does not represent the company's policy and is simply a matter of a lack of proper training for its community managers. Not only that, but the CEO promised to swiftly fix all the issues with outdated versions and work out with GOG a proper solution to prevent any further issues like this one, stating that from now on they will be working with GOG more closely.
This is really a good news for our community as tinyBuild is one of the smaller, but viable indie game publishers, having a number of Linux releases.