LiveCode for the Hobbyists
dirk.cleenwerck at gmail.com
Sat Feb 27 01:44:53 CET 2016
Maybe something along the line of as paying license customers we can have
some expectations/influence. For instance I would like Android support on
par with iOS support. As someone that just donated once, I feel like I have
no voice, since I'm not a customer. And yes Android support has been a
driving motivator for me.
On Feb 27, 2016 01:21, "Monte Goulding" <monte at appisle.net> wrote:
> > On 27 Feb 2016, at 9:28 AM, [-hh] <hh at livecode.org> wrote:
> > Build on the next generation, who will become decision maker in a few
> > years. And, if they *know* the software, may also become possible
> > buyers of LC-related products:
> > Give teachers and their students in class FREE copies.
> > Give university students and hobbyists very cheap copies.
> Which out of these groups isn't covered by LiveCode Community? Clearly
> Indy has a target market of developers earning or planning to earn at least
> enough to justify the cost. I'm not really sure I understand the issue
> here. Is it people want to give the company money but don't want to do it
> via donations as thanks for the availability of Community?
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