A few months ago i did ask them to reopen the (initially public) Github repository to the sourcecode for their Pymakr IDE, which is an enhanced version or fork of the Eric Python IDE. The question also did not get answered.
They have started their own business (Pycom) around MicroPython on their boards and ports. So it might be a respectable reason that they do try to focus on commercial partners. But ignoring parts of the community and fellow fanboys who do back their initial projects on kickstarter is really strange. Using MIT licensed software for business plans is okay, they even have no need to publish the ESP32 port of MicroPython. But the Eric IDE is GPLv3 and Pymakr still is as well.
I have backed their kickstarter campaign for the WiPy and now again for their LoPy. From that support i am owning 2 WiPys and am currently waiting for two LoPys. So i do feel like having the right to ask such questions. Or am i wrong?