As others have noted, Mythmere Games' Swords & Wizardry is changing publishers again. As a fan, I've found myself slightly and oddly concerned that S&W might be eclipsed and forgotten by the latest offerings. There’s nothing to fear in the end of course, since the game as we know it goes on. Still, there’s the way for me in which Matt Finch’s version of the rules has thus far appealed as the most roll-your-own edition, laying a groundwork and stepping back a bunch to let you step in. I love the approach and hope that the latest version will help grow the brand. The latest news has S&W consolidating additional/supplemental original edition classes under one cover. Sounds good... I've been DM'ing a version of OD&D via S&W with additional classes available to players for a while now via Macri's Supplemental Lore (available on Lulu.) Whatever keeps the game rules alive and outlasting our mouldering books is fine by me.
Working in IT, I’m always tempted to compare each of the OGL retro-clones (to use Daniel Procter’s term) to this or that version of Linux. With each we have open code that’s been around for decades - it’s just a matter of how much convenience and customization is desired and immediately available or implied with whatever version we choose.
Update to post title: Answer: Yes.
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