The End of Dreamcard?
gandalf at doctorTimothyMiller.com
Mon Mar 6 12:40:09 EST 2006
Thanks for your reply. It's not a question of licensing. It's a
question of planning. I'm just trying to figure out what RR product I
will need, in the long run, to continue running my stacks. Studio is
Beyond that, it was a tiny complaint, because RR's publicity to date
makes has been hard to understand.
>On 6/3/06 01:23, "Timothy Miller" <gandalf at doctorTimothyMiller.com> wrote:
>> It looks like the answer is Studio, but I'm not sure.
>> I hope someone will clarify that.
>Unfortunately we can't clarify everyone's individual licensing questions on
>this mailing list. Everyone has different requirements and so any attempt
>to do so would be likely to result in a prolonged debate and has the
>potential for confusion. If you've read the information on our web site and
>are unsure, we are very happy to discuss your specific circumstances at
>support at runrev.com.
>Please bear in mind that we're not simply dropping support for this product
>overnight. There is nothing stopping anyone with a Dreamcard license
>renewing just now, and simply assessing the evolution of our product line
>again in a year's time.
>Kevin Miller ~ kevin at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
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