Geoff Canyon Rev
gcanyon+rev at gmail.com
Tue Sep 21 10:02:26 EDT 2010
Corporate clients might pay for web deployment.
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 8:08 AM, David Bovill <david at vaudevillecourt.tv> wrote:
> On 21 September 2010 12:28, -=>JB<=- <sundown at pacifier.com> wrote:
>> I think it is the On-Rev package that has been offered
>> for quite some time now and many have purchased
>> it already so if they continue to develop it more will
>> likely purchase it and with the right improvements
>> it can exceed their sales expectations.
> That would make sense - On-Rev has (commercial) potential, but I don't think
> it is the case. If you look at the Standalone Settings (I am viewing it with
> a trial license) - the Web settings that allow you to create a revWeb plugin
> has the option to purchase a $199 upgrade - I assume this is in order to let
> you make these plugins as this export option has nothing to do with using
> On-Rev. It is not clear, if you can make them for non-commercial use, but it
> looks like the standalone builder will stop making revWeb plugins after the
> trial expires?
> Personally I can (sort of) imagine people paying $30 for the ability to make
> revWeb plugins - I really don't get this $199 pricing. The rest seems
> logical to me, and I do very much like the branding LiveCode, but it seems
> the current pricing strategy will have two clear outcomes:
> 1. It will clobber Linux sales - I think the bundles would be better
> Mac+Linux and Windows+Linux.
> 2. Deter future revWeb plugin development when it becomes clear how many
> people will pay for it as an isolated feature.
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