In our roadmap to open sourcing, there is idealy the move of Generative Objects to .NET Core, in order to use a full open source stack and also allow deployments on Linux.
In the future, there might be the migration to another language than .NET (Java ? nodejs ? other ?). But the move to .NET Core is the first easy step.
So the plan is to start very soon this migration and see where it goes
EDITED : as part of moving to .NET Core, we shall also see what code editor to use, instead of Visual studio. Visual Code ? or maybe a good open source code editor ? ideally could be good to have an online editor, as in the future it would be great to include code edition directly as part of the Generative Objects platform, to write the custom code as part of the platform itself