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Re: [ide-dev] Cross-platform free Visual Studio

Maybe fabio can look at the Tasktop setup: mylyn is open source, the extras are not Tasktop Dev and Pro, and wort the 99$ a yesr imho

Kind regards/vriendelijke groeten

Maarten Meijer
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> Op 30 apr. 2015 om 23:02 heeft Michael Scharf <eclipse@xxxxxxxxx> het volgende geschreven:
> 
> Mike,
> 
> > The Eclipse Foundation is an open source community. There are other
> > places and companies which promote the models which you describe.
> 
> sure, the eclipse foundation is an open source community but it is not a GPL community
> that vitally makes work based on eclipse open source.
> 
> > I certainly understand that you need to eat :)
> > there are limits to what the rest of us can do with your code if it's not OSS
> 
> I thought you were referring to limits to support LiClipse without making
> Fabio to starve. I was thinking about win-win solutions.
> 
> Suppose, Fabio would make LiCLipse fully open source, what would be your suggestion
> how he can make a living from it?
> 
> 
> Michael
> 
>> On 2015-04-30 22:00, Mike Milinkovich wrote:
>> Michael,
>> 
>> All of those options exist. They are just not open source.  Open source has a defined meaning: http://opensource.org/osd
>> 
>> The Eclipse Foundation is an open source community. There are other places and companies which promote the models which you describe.
>> 
>>> On 30/04/2015 3:31 PM, Michael Scharf wrote:
>>>> On 2015-04-30 20:49, Mike Milinkovich wrote:
>>>>> On 30/04/2015 12:57 PM, Fabio Zadrozny wrote:
>>>>> W
>>>>> ‚Äčell, what can I say, I do contribute back things from LiClipse to open source
>>>> 
>>>> Fabio,
>>>> 
>>>> I certainly understand that you need to eat :)  I was just meant that there are limits to what the rest of us can do with your code if it's not OSS.
>>> 
>>> Is closed source the only alternative to open source?
>>> 
>>> Can there be open source without the product being free of charge?
>>> 
>>> Why not having a model where "invited" participants support the work?
>>> 
>>> Or, if you get access to the code, you agree *not* to make it freely
>>> available.
>> 
>> 
>> --
>> Mike Milinkovich
>> mike.milinkovich@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> +1.613.220.3223 (mobile)
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