Hi Tom.
The only problem with taking ideas of free and open source projects too far is the business of components, sinse while a lot can be done for free, certain programs, ---- games included often require the programmer to perchice libraries, sound effects packs music and the like in order to make them viable, and in that case it does indeed seem rather unfair that the developer has to fund all of that themselves.


Oncemore, it comes down to everybody being reasonable, sinse if the developer charges a reasonable price, most people who want the software will probably buy it and thus support the project and it's future developement.

Beware the grue!

Dark.

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