Important Changes to ActiveState’s Licensing and Pricing Model in 202120210621143554

Important Changes to ActiveState’s Licensing and Pricing Model in 2021

Zak GJune 21, 2021activeperl, activepython, activestate, activetcl, licensing, pricing
Starting June 21, 2021, ActiveState is changing how we distribute, license, and price our products and services. Get all the details here!...
Open Source Software Licenses Explained20190307101520

Open Source Software Licenses Explained

Dana CraneMarch 7, 2019licensing, open source enterprise, open source licensing
Open source licensing should be easier to deal with now that open source has become the de facto way we build software applications. But if you’re lik...
Deconstructing Open Source Language Licensing20161213183000

Deconstructing Open Source Language Licensing

Jennifer LawlerDecember 13, 2016activeperl, activepython, activetlc, BSD, copyleft, GPL, Jennifer, LGPL, licensing, open source, open source licensing, permissive licensing
With the majority of companies using open source, it’s important to understand the underlying licenses associated with the software and projects...
How can I purchase Perl Dev Kit (PDK) and Tcl Dev Kit (TDK)?20161025222421

How can I purchase Perl Dev Kit (PDK) and Tcl Dev Kit (TDK)?

Navrup JohalOctober 25, 2016licensing
Perl Dev Kit and Tcl Dev Kit are now only available with a minimum bulk buy of 10 units or as an addition to an Enterprise or OEM contract. For more i...
“No Brainer” Licensing for Komodo (and our other Tools and Languages)20150904000000

“No Brainer” Licensing for Komodo (and our other Tools and Languages)

Tom RadcliffeSeptember 4, 2015buy, komodo, licensing, nobrainer, price, subscriptions
As the new Director of Engineering at ActiveState, I’ve had the opportunity in the past few days to engage in some interesting discussions about...
50% of developers concerned about open source redistribution rights20100318175747

50% of developers concerned about open source redistribution rights

Liliya ApostolovaMarch 18, 2010enterprise applications, licensing, open source, redistribution rights
A couple of months ago, we commented on the Dr. Dobbs article What Developers Think, written by Jeffrey Hammond, Research Analyst for Forrester Resear...
Over 60% using dynamic languages in mission-critical applications20100301173924

Over 60% using dynamic languages in mission-critical applications

Angie HirataMarch 1, 2010dynamic languages, enterprise applications, indemnification, licensing
In our blog post a few weeks ago entitled “What Managers don’t know about their developers using open source components“, we discuss...