7 Matching Annotations
- Feb 2021
Part of me thinks that open source can be more rewarding to the creators/contributors. But maybe the real contribution is the permanent addition to the tools available to humanity, and if you have the wits, you can make a decent business out of it without tainting open source.
For a sufficiently successful and industry-relevant open source project, it's possible for the main developers to earn a living e.g. by selling related consulting services.
- Mar 2020
Unless you specifically need the open source tool, most website owners will be better served by the hosted version
- Dec 2019
- Nov 2019
- learning video
- to watch
- frontend development
- fear of missing out
- valuing yourself
- to do: priority: 1.0
- people's need to have/use the latest; newest; shiniest things
- Kristijan Ristovsk (Kitze)
- making money by developing open-source software
We hope that this approach will bring us the best of worlds - the ability to have a commercially sustainable product, with high quality - as well as giving back to the open source communities by having our work eventually end up in the open, and ensuring that external contributions are always open source.
Because of the support we've received from open source communities, we've decided to dual-license the code after 18 months
Interesting licensing solution/choice...