Future of Bidule and Registration. (Early Bird License)

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Postby seb@plogue » Mon Sep 24, 2007 9:02 am

Hi Steve,

Yes, it's still in the plans.

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1.0.. when?

Postby rickyeffe » Mon Oct 20, 2008 10:55 am

Hallo, anothjer year is passed, i can't wait for a 1.0 release!
I hope you will include a good layout library and an exaustive manual aswell.
and why not an online user library ? :)

cheers

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Postby Nate C. » Fri Jan 09, 2009 2:50 pm

davidv wrote:
cweise@jcsu.edu wrote:OK, I see its been a year+ since last post - here's hoping you guys are still alive and well...javascript:emoticon(':)')

How do I purchase a bulk license for 15 station computer lab? What's the cost (university purchase, if that makes a difference)? Can you work with a PO? Thanks!


For that kind of bulk deal, it would better to email us directly
at info@plogue.com, but you can get an indication from this:

Code: Select all

Number of licenses/units    Individual price
1-4       USD: 75.00
5-9       USD: 67.50
10-24     USD: 60.00
25-49     USD: 52.50
50-99     USD: 45.00
100-100   USD: 37.50


This is of course only available to organisations, not user "group buys"

Cheers


Along the same lines there a way to get a site license? If so, what is the cost structure?

Thanks,
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Postby seb@plogue » Fri Jan 09, 2009 2:54 pm

Along the same lines there a way to get a site license? If so, what is the cost structure?


You should really email us directly with the details for that kind of thing.

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Postby S-N-S » Tue May 05, 2009 11:45 am

any news :oops:
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Postby S-N-S » Fri May 22, 2009 1:33 pm

just to be sure i bought bidule not long ago,how long is a license for?

do i need to buy it again when (hopefully soon)you release ver.1??
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Postby section_9 » Sat Jul 25, 2009 6:01 pm

Hi. I'm looking at buying Bidule within the next few days. i'm just wondering if I should wait for the 1.0 release or shall I just go with the current one and I can update to 1.0lite for free?


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Re: Future of Bidule and Registration. (Early Bird License)

Postby TGV » Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:05 pm

I bought 0.9721, I think. It does what I wanted it to do, and it's a lot richer than Logic's environment, so I might even be tempted to port an "instant composition" thingy to a Bidule layout. And of course I wanted to support its development, because I think you guys are doing a great job.

I'm also curious about 1.0, but nothing more than curious...

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Re: Future of Bidule and Registration. (Early Bird License)

Postby aMUSEd » Sat Apr 04, 2015 9:11 am

Wow how old is this thread? Seems like the early bird has all grown up and had grandchildren by now. Is this ever going to come out of beta?

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Re: Future of Bidule and Registration. (Early Bird License)

Postby davidv » Sat Apr 04, 2015 10:48 am

aMUSEd wrote:Wow how old is this thread? Seems like the early bird has all grown up and had grandchildren by now. Is this ever going to come out of beta?


Its not beta, just never 1.0

Bidule's version system is lets just say non-conventional. If it reaches 1.0 we are afraid the fabric of space time will tear itself apart!

I didnt mind the necro thread, in fact, this just proves that we have a stable and enduring application that people use still, yes even though its _not_ 1.0.

v1.0, v34.333 v6.23 all means little, just check the track record, and revision history
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