New LiveCode Licences - No mailing list for $500?

Ender Nafi Elekcioglu endernafi at
Tue Oct 29 08:38:38 EDT 2013

Why is everybody so tense, today?

I wasn’t complaining, I strictly said that *it’s a fair deal*.
And I don’t mind putting up money.
I pay my bills and coworkers’ salaries via LiveCode, sure I’ll pay my dues back to RunRev.
Not 10 grand per year, of course :)
I -sadly- don’t own a multi-million dollar software company.
But 999$ is -again- a fair deal {do I use this term wrong?}


~ Ender Nafi

On October 29, 2013 at 14:31:38, Mike Kerner (mikekerner at wrote:

No, you don't lose this forum. This is for everybody. The other group is  
for the folks who are coughing up the coin for that level.  

Here's my take, and why I had no problems putting up the money:  
1) I view LiveCode as important to our company.  
2) I recognize that I can be a needy, demanding person when it comes to the  
projects that we are involved in, here, and things in the language, and  
things in the IDE that get in the way.  
3) Things that get in the way waste our time and are annoying  
4) With this package we get to have more input in the process, and when we  
have a problem, more attention to resolving it, more quickly.  

If you're working on any sort of mission-critical app, what else could you  
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