Publishware

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AndreasE
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Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:10 pm Post

I'd like you to reconsider your "Publishware" licence condition. Although this may sound nice to the aspirant writer, it sounds scary for somebody who makes a living from writing. For me, this would mean that I'd have to send you a huge, heavy book (in German language) every year, and considering the fees the French post takes for that (I happen to live in France), AEON Timeline would soon outrun costwise every other application I use!

In a way, you suggest a deal like the one with the checkboard and the rice... :D

I'd prefer to pay a reasonable amount of money and be done with it until an update on which I can decide again whether I need it or not.

Imagine Microsoft would demand a copy of every letter, book or memo that's been written with M$-WORD! :shock:

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Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:28 pm Post

Perhaps in your case a PDF file would be sufficient?

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Sun Nov 02, 2008 3:32 pm Post

Hi Andreas,
Don't worry - it is really not much more than a joke license I put in for the betas. Obviously once the software goes beyond beta, I will sell it as per normal.

Matt

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Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:09 pm Post

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OK. I intend to be among the first customers then...