>> I wonder if it would be possible to keep Saxon as a free product ...
>Let me make it clear I have every intention of keeping Saxon=20
>as a free product. Also, I don't want anyone to think the=20
>current business model isn't working; there's a healthy=20
>revenue stream from Saxon-SA that enables me to keep the=20
>development going and not spend all my time doing consulting=20
>work (not that consulting work is unwelcome, especially if=20
>it's related to the=20
>product.) But I would like to make more of the goodies in the=20
>product available to everyone, and it's hard to achieve that=20
I love goodies! Which ones do you have in mind?
>with the current model, which forces me to try and=20
>differentiate the two products ever more
I did not read the discussion from start, but now I get the point
>in fact, if I were completely rational I would be=20
>making Saxon-B buggier and slower, and of course that's the=20
>last thing I want to do.
I think I can savely speak for all Saxon-B users when I say that we
appreciate that and that we love you for it!
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