On Dec 31, 2006, at 4:07 PM, snacktime wrote:

> Another option would be to make it free but not open source.  The
> source could still be provided for review to those that need it, but
> would require signing a simple contract to not release the source, and
> not to modify it unless you were a Vital developer, which only costs
> $100.  But with those restrictions I doubt many people would even use
> the software.  It has a limited market to begin with, even though
> there is nothing out there like it that isn't fairly expensive.

I'd love to see it just so I could see a (hopefully) good example  
using eventmachine and a home-grown protocol using netstrings.

If you don't opensource it, put me on the list of people who'd like  
to see the source code.

Happy New Year!

cr