[REBOL] Re: It's NOT Free.. (was) Re: Re: The future of Rebol - achieving criti
From: sqlab:gmx at: 22-May-2001 10:54
> No, it's been around for a while. We just decided to stress it more.
I am really glad, that all my scripts, doing real work
at the border between private and commercial border
are still running with older license versions of Rebol.
And they run since around two years day and night.
Therefore I do not have to stress my brain, if I crossed
the border of the new license model.
> Why is this a bad idea? Please explain.
> Did you pay for your computer and monitor for your business?
> Why not pay for software used for your business?
> Why must software be free of charge?
It must not be free, but I remember the statements, that Rebol/Core is free
and will always bee.
I even remember the statement, that Rebol will be released Open Source one
day, but not now.
> I am open to discussing the licensing model.
> I am not open to the Bank of America using our software for free.
I do not mind, paying a decent fee, but I want to know it before I start
and I want a clear definition. Then I can compare it better with other
I was thinking about wrapping a few of my tools inside /View
and giving to members of my group. But in the light of the discussion about
the new license policy, I wil think about that again.