Ettery wrote:Just asking. Maybe someone at RedGate could answer?
My impression was that RedGate took over the tool on condition that they would continue to offer a free version. No doubt they knew it would bring them some profile and traffic in the .NET community. The software and community were already built.
Whether you did or not, you should demonstrate your integrity by open-sourcing the code at the point where you took it over. I think it's fair then that you get paid for any additional value you have added... but anything else makes you look downright dishonest.
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