Funny pricing policy

** Clarence P Martin ** chipsm at
Fri May 26 12:21:48 EDT 2017

The one thing that makes an application development that is great is the userbase. I enjoy the "use LiveCode" and the "LiveCode forum" because of the great questions and the even greater response from users to help each other.
I use both tools on a regular basis. We have a society that has fallen into a selfish mode -and thankfully not the Livecode community.


Clarence Martin
Email: chipsm at
Cell: 626 6965561

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Subject: Re: Funny pricing policy

Dan Brown wrote:

> Developer conferences nowadays are more often than not available 
> online, for free and are utilised to showcase ideas 
> and concepts to a wider audience. They're a great marketing asset, 
> especially keynotes

FWIW I requested that my Community session for the LiveCode online conference be made publicly available for free, and they have supported that request.

Everything I volunteer for with the LiveCode Community is for the benefit of everyone, those who might enjoy learning about LiveCode and those who benefit from growing the platform.

One thing worth noting about PyCon and many other conferences for open source platforms is that those are community efforts, organized by and for the community.

Björnke von Gierke used to run a weekly series of video conferences called LiveCode TV. Todd Fabacher has run several live webinars, and he and others have expressed an interest in making those a regular thing.

With Google On Air freely available for everyone (Mac, Windows, Linux), the tools to making and sharing live presentations have only gotten better.

  Richard Gaskin
  LiveCode Community Liaison
  richard at

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