The open source code from Motorola's third-gen Moto G was first made available back in August, but now the company has added the Marshmallow version to its Github. Interested parties can head over and download all the code to begin poking around inside.

The kernel source isn't going to do the average user much good, but it can allow developers to improve custom ROMs and troubleshoot app issues on the device. With Motorola's somewhat weird stance on updates right now, a strong dev community is important.

This phone does already have a Marshmallow update, but who knows if it will get much update love in the future. At least we know the Moto G line is not dying as a Lenovo exec previously claimed.