MaraDNS 1.4.04 released
jefsey at jefsey.com
Tue Aug 3 20:19:19 EDT 2010
Did you ever considered offering your existing proposition of
shared/dedicated support on a yearly subscription/monthly retainer (+
fee for organizations)?
DNS is strategic enough (and probably is going to be more) for
businesses to expect a small organization to be dedicated to it?
I understand this is the economy of other DNS products?
At 00:44 04/08/2010, Sam Trenholme wrote:
> > Hi Sam, I've a question, half private, half public.
> > If you were Bill Gates, what would be the price
> > of MaraDNS? Forget for a moment it's free,
> > how many bucks should I pay?
>If I were Bill Gates....hmmm. OK $50 for the MaraDNS + Deadwood,
>which includes unlimited zones and one email support incident. Beta
>testers, of course, get a free copy of Deadwood (but only support on
>online forums and no, there are no developers on said forums), but the
>copy expires in six months.
>I'm not Bill Gates, however. So, yes, the full copy of Deadwood +
>MaraDNS is free to download, use, modify (Source code licenses for
>commercial programs easily cost thousands of dollars), and you even
>get free support from the author if you can figure out how to
>subscribe to a mailing list and post here .
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