Subject [IBO] Re: Pre-sale questions
Author homerjones1941
What Helen said is the way I interpreted the agreement, but I wasn't
100% sure. Thanks for the clarification.

--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...> wrote:
> Hey, everyone, this is getting really confused!!
> At 12:33 PM 27/08/2004 -0700, Jason wrote:
> >Yes, this is correct.
> >
> >If you have not paid for a version of IBO and I die you are stuck
with the
> >nag screen.
> However, if you have a licensed version (which is what you get
when you pay
> a subscription) you can keep developing with it and deploying apps
> with it until the world ends --- it will not suddenly start
displaying nag
> screens, ever.
> If you want to get the upgrades, your subscription has to be kept
> current. That means, when your initial subscription expires one
year from
> the date of purchase, you can renew it for about half the original
> subscription price. If you don't renew, the only thing that
happens is
> that you will no longer be able to download files from your
download shelf.
> >From: Svein Erling Tysvær
> >
> >The evaluation version displays the nag screen, the licensed
> >does not. Nothing happens when you terminate your subscription,
> >that Jason expects you to stop using IBO for development (if I
> >understand things correctly, you may still use or sell your
> >- hence Trustware.
> No, that comment is wrong. The only thing that stops when the
> expires is the ability to get the upgrades.
> The "trust" part of Trustware behoves you not to make commercial
use of the
> evaluation version or any source code you haven't paid a
> for; or to take the IBO sources, change them (or not) and
distribute them
> as your own product.
> Helen