Posts by soflyy

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soflyy says

But what do I know. I only run a multi-million dollar commercial plugin business. I couldn’t possibly know what i’m talking about.

For GravityForms you tell users they can use the Personal license on 1 site, the Business license on 3 sites, and the Developer License on unlimited sites.

That’s the FIRST thing in list of benefits for each license at http://www.gravityforms.com/purchase-gravity-forms/

But if GravityForms is GPL users can use the personal license on as many domains as they want.

I’m interested to know your thoughts on this, since you are behind one of the most commercially successful (and GPL) plugins.

I’ve been in the WordPress plugin business in one way or another for about 5 years and I’m very seriously considering going 100% GPL. I’ve already done it on one of my plugins, with great success.

But things like this really trip me up because they make absolutely no sense.

I’d feel really bad about “tricking” my customers into buying an upsell they don’t need, which is essentially what your order page does.

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