Hi Charles,
Great minds think alike. That's exactly the reason there is no free GMA Engine and why I'm strongly considering selling Genesis to intrested parties. A developer has to make a little money to cover operating expenses or it becomes a financial liability instead of a side hobby. One thing people need to keep in mind even though something like Linux is open source, free to use, and download it isn't developed totally free. The Linux companies charge for things like technical support, manuals, accept donations, etc. All of which goes into paying developers to maintain the operating system and programs as well as handle basic operating expenses. In other words even though the software is given away for free they have other ways of getting money to maintain the software. A company has to do it, or they can't operate.


Charles Rivard wrote:
He would lose a lot of revenue by doing that, don't you think?
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