Open Source Kickstarter Report Card
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Mon Aug 17 13:31:20 CEST 2015
On 17/08/15 13:16, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> "At the time of the Kickstarter campaign" was not made explicit.
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> On 8/17/2015 08:44, Peter TB Brett wrote:
>> On 2015-08-17 06:43, John Dixon wrote:
>>>> Fully agreed. Which is why I hope the LC Team continue to focus on
>>>> their Commercial Customers and provide them with features that keep
>>>> them coming back.
>>>> I think I've made it obvious I feel the LC Team should be cut some
>>>> slack and Commercial Customers deserve a feature set beyond just
>>>> locked code.
>>> The Kickstarter campaign announced a community version (open source)
>>> that would be the same as a commercial version (closed source) , less
>>> the ability to secure code ?... Why should that change ?
>> Nothing has changed.
>> The Kickstarter campaign (which was *well* before I joined the project)
>> announced an open source community version of LiveCode that would have
>> all the features that were in the commercial version **at the time of
>> the Kickstarter campaign**. As far as I have been able to tell, at no
>> point did RunRev rule out adding new, commercial-only features in the
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