Yeah :( They could have produced an Espruino compatible board, contributed some multi-language support for the IDE and paid something per board sold towards Espruino.
It would have cost them more per board, but being linked on espruino.com might well have got them enough publicity to make up for it. IMO it would have been good for all involved.
Still, in the scheme of things this is actually pretty good. They've obviously been pretty conscious about doing the right thing - I mean, they could have copied everything, removed the credits and all mention of Espruino, and pretended they'd made everything (although it's very questionable whether that's legal)
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