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When your license check is faulty and causes customers to loose work you a cardinal sin

The Wiert Corner – I wrote about this before, named it a cardinal sin too, but I seem to have to repeat this: When your product thinks the license is validate and quits without allowing the customer to save its work, then you’ve committed a cardinal sin. Yes, I can talk about cardinal sins: I’ve been named after the artist Hieronymus Bosch (: For me it is OK if a product checks for binaries that do not to the product (and not signed by the vendor) in the product directories and fails to start, or to present a nag screen that takes a while to disappear, or even to limit functionality. But: The ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2016-02-04 12:00


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