[Seaside] Re: Database Integration
wilkesjoiner at gmail.com
Sat Jun 3 18:05:25 UTC 2006
It took a while to track it down, but in the comments on squeaksource
"OmniBase is now available for free for commercial and educational
purposes. Free version of OmniBase is prohibited to be used in the oil
or military industries."
On 6/3/06, Dan Shafer <dan at shafermedia.com> wrote:
> Thanks to everyone who replied to my original query.
> I suspect that OmniBase may turn out to be best for my purposes. But
> there is some confusion about its licensing. I've written the author
> an email; hopefully I'll hear back soon.
> I've read in the archives of this list that a commercial license is
> $400. That's affordable in my case. However, his Web site doesn't
> even mention a commercial product as far as I can tell. His site at
> least conveyed to me the impression that he has a single product,
> it's free, and you pay for support. If I understand his support plan
> correctly, it costs almost $600 because he charges a minimum of 8
> hours. That's OK but if that's per-incident, of course, it won't
> work, at least for me.
> If someone on the list knows the answer, I'd appreciate hearing it.
> Otherwise, when I do hear from the OmniBase author, I'll report what
> I hear.
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