[wp-hackers] ... and can I have it for free?
damian.gostomski at googlemail.com
Fri Apr 13 13:18:46 UTC 2012
This seems to be a common thought about how people perceive value of free
software and how it sets their expectations... Just come across a nice
article on the subject:
On 13 April 2012 14:15, Joel Fisher <joelfisher at gmail.com> wrote:
> Let me know when that BMW plugin is in the repository. :)
> I do agree with you 100% though.
> On Apr 13, 2012, at 9:02 AM, Lee Rickler <info at a5d.org> wrote:
> > I know I'm going to get shot down for this but when I hear "hopefully
> completely for free" it really annoys me.
> > These requests stink of "thanks for all the hard work you put in, now
> sod off".
> > This is not necessarily aimed at you, Pasquale, but the plugin functions
> and facilities that some people require to work out of the box, that
> essentially are either way above the users skill level or save them hours
> upon hours of work - you want it all for free.
> > If the project is a personal one, at least have a go at building,
> researching a plugin that could possibly do what you're looking for then
> ask for help.
> > If it's for a client project - pay/ donate and claim it as part of the
> project fee.
> > By all means ask if there is such a plugin, but leave out the "I have no
> respect for your work so am not prepared to even consider paying for it"
> > I'm going to stop this rant now as I have to build a new plugin for BMW
> that allows the user to click a button and a brand new X6 is delivered
> within the hour - all for free.
> > Grrrrr ... etc.
> > On 13 Apr 2012, at 13:45, Pasquale Puzio wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I am looking for a plugin (hopefully completely for free) to create a
> >> multimedia area in a website.
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