"Introducing New LiveCode Licenses"
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Tue Oct 29 14:52:55 CET 2013
Curry Kenworthy wrote:
> But I agree that a segment may be lacking - hobbyists and so on.
> People who need closed source but are short on cash, and don't
> need all the platforms. A smaller commercial package for one or
> two platforms could fill this need.
The only real value for a Commercial license is when shipping commercial
With all due respect, any startup that can't budget $500/yr for a tool
that provides as much for them as LC does has a problem with their
business plan, not with LiveCode.
For everyone else. free is a great price. Remember that the GPL only
governs distributed works, so hobbyists and even professional devs
making in-house tools for the businesses they work in can use the
The first item in the FAQ at LiveCode.com outlines the many cases where
the GPL version is appropriate:
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