--On Thursday, July 18, 2002 2:47 PM -0700 William Lewis
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> There is definitely an impact. The new licensing structure implies
> that we must have a license for each seat from which the software is
> accessible. We currently have over 60 licenses for the product that
> we are limiting via keyserver. There are options. We currently have
> this product, Frontpage, and Adobe Go Live as web site tools.
> Macromedia and Frontpage are the two most heavily used. We had
> discussed dropping Go Live, but with this change we can remove
> Macromedia and still have the other two available.
It is interesting to me that you would drop Dreamweaver and keep
FrontPage. Macromedia is only following Microsoft's lead on this drive
to eliminate concurrency. I personally consider concurrency to be on
its death bed, and I give Microsoft most of the credit.
Linda Deneen, Director
Information Technology Systems and Services
University of Minnesota Duluth
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