[osflash] xmi2actionscript charging for sourcecode?
robert.edgar at xpcomponents.com
Sun Nov 6 04:41:48 EST 2005
Well I guess open source doesn't mean it cant be commerical and reading your
site you actually seem to state that
"The primary focus of this site and community is open source, not free or
commercial Flash tools and projects that are not open source."
Seems to imply that it only matters that it is open source...
Not saying that it occurred to me before that anything on osflash could be
commercial but just saying after seeing the email and checking the site it
does read like that's acceptable and outside of flash open source commerical
software does exist like JBoss or some version of linux
Maybe it should be made clear on osflash is only for software that is both
open source AND free.
From: osflash-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:osflash-bounces at osflash.org] On
Behalf Of Aral Balkan
Sent: Saturday, November 05, 2005 8:48 PM
To: Open Source Flash Mailing List
Subject: Re: [osflash] xmi2actionscript charging for sourcecode?
Thank-you. I have written to Yehia and will give him a chance to respond
before removing the project from OSFlash.
> >The free version is not the opensource one.
> >yes it is open source, but for $ 300 with complete support. Is
> that okay ?
Nope, if this is the case, it's definitely, *not* OK! (For an OSFlash
Patrick Mineault wrote:
>Here's a copy of the exchange I've had with the developer:
>how much would you be willing to pay for the way it would fit what you
>need ? <Snip>
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