Open source, closed source, and the value of code

Monte Goulding monte at
Mon Feb 29 18:16:52 EST 2016

I believe the monthly subscription was dropped at the time of the open source release for exactly those reasons. Funnily enough LiveCode developers need to pay the bills too so need to avoid enabling people to game the system. One of the issues of course is that there really might only be a handful of users that can't afford Indy and can't or won't use Community.

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> On 1 Mar 2016, at 9:25 AM, RM <richmondmathewson at> wrote:
> There was (amidst the plethora of purchasing plans that have come and gone) a way to
> have a month's licence; so one could develop one's stack using the Community version
> and then purchase a month's worht of commercial to hive off protected standalones; whether that is still available I just don't know having stuck with the Community version right from when it was released.

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