It’s been some time since the last post and Wisej is evolving in big steps. I wanted to give you a brief update on licensing options.
We’re happy to announce that the Wisej Technology Partner program has just been released. It introduces…
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See the details here: https://wisej.com/license-information/ You can download the pdf license, which is the same EULA in the installer.
In short, the “Free Source Code Privileges” section is a “light-weight” insurance against Ice Tea Group (around since 1998) going out of business or dropping the product. It gives you the right to receive the full source code under certain circumstances. It doesn’t protect you against bad business decisions like selling a license for $35K.
‘The full source code is available as a free Code Warranty’. How does that work; can I get clarification what that means? Is it, if I pay for the 2017 release, and in 2019 the company gets sold, drops support, or decides to substantially up to price to $35000 per upgrade/update, I can then get the 2017 source code free?
I am an old VWG user and I am seeing a long and painful migration process from VWG. Mainly because a product as recent as the Wisej, must have a lot of small issues to stabilize until the product becomes mature and stable to be used in real live applications (I remember that this evolutionary process have been long and painful with VWG, and when finally start being usable the company closes).
No seriousness by the Gizmox the way they close the door and left all users/developers orphan (paying users). The only serious way in a situation like this is to make all code available for the users. But ok, this is another story and I am crossing fingers that with Wisej will be different.
Thanks & regards,
We are muh better with Wisej than we were with VWG as
The full source code is available as a free Code Warranty, Named Escrow Account, or Full Source Code License.
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