[fan boy] Re: Has the "founders" on-rev package been reduced to 25 GB?
sundown at pacifier.com
Sat Jul 11 08:10:57 CEST 2015
They have made a lot of changes. My Enterprise license
I am glad to hear you have the correct amount of space
and I hope everyone else does too. I am not using any
of my space. I also have a large amount of space with my
internet provider that I am not using. Anytime I want I can
use all the space i need for free. The Indy offer does not
interest me because I have reason to believe the program
I am going to sell will exceed the Indy limits. That is why I
said I am more interested in the business license. I am
developing that program with Revolution so all of my work
falls within my Enterprise license. Recently there were post
about developing commercial products without a commercial
license. What ever the rules are I am legally writing my code.
On Jul 10, 2015, at 10:43 PM, Scott Morrow <scott at elementarysoftware.com> wrote:
> If I had paid ahead for an enterprise license many years into the future and then the company went open source and licensing schemes changed and different products became available and I still continued to get a commercial license for everything, then I would tend to trust the Indy offer. And hey, that’s exactly what has happened! And my On-Rev Founders account shows me allocated 97.66 GB.
> Scott Morrow
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>> On Jul 10, 2015, at 10:09 PM, JB <sundown at pacifier.com> wrote:
>> No Richard, it means if I eat kittens I like
>> to eat pissy.
>> I ddi not start this conversation about the
>> size limits being changed. I stated that I
>> am a on-rev founder and that I am not at
>> this time using any of the space allocated
>> to me. I did not check the space so I said
>> IF they changed the space and made it lower
>> then I personally have no reason to believe
>> the Indie license with its forever price will be
>> forever. Yes I received that from LIveCode
>> and any lifetime agreements that are not to
>> be honored for your lifetime make me think
>> a Forever agreement will not last either.
>> I said IF because I do not know for sure and I
>> gave them a small benefit of the doubt. But it
>> sounded to me like the space was lowered and
>> if I remember correctly they talked about doing
>> that in the past so it made me think they actually
>> did lower it but I do not know so it remains IF.
>> I see you failed to provide evidence to prove it
>> one way off another and yet attacked me for
>> saying IF they lowered the space.
>> John Balgenorth
>> On Jul 10, 2015, at 8:21 PM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote:
>>> JB wrote:
>>>> I am not using any space but I have no reason to
>>>> trust the Indie License forever price if forever has
>>>> a limited meaning to the LiveCode Team.
>>> Using "if" like that is really cool, as it allows us to say things without being accountable to them. Let me try: "If JB eats kittens, surely we have no reason to trust him with any pets." Yep, good fun.
>>> Did you actually get a notice from the LiveCode team in which they've attempted to unilaterally alter some contractual agreement with you, or are you just making stuff up?
>>> Richard Gaskin
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