Dear Casey Bisson
Casey - you're an impressive guy and we're all waiting to see what you do next. We've been hearing you talk about your plans for Scriblio since, well, at least since code4lib 2006, which was in February 2006, and your ideas were as exciting back then as they still seem to be today. But if we can't have the Scriblio source today, it's not open source today.
You can say it "will be released as open source". You can say "you intend to release it under a free software license". Ideally you'd even say when you think it will be released to let us know when it will be open. But until you do release it under a free software license, it's not "free and open source", no matter how many times you repeat that it is.
[Update (2007-08-23): You can get Scriblio now.]