This is my last post at this thread, because I look like the bad guy, and it isn't. I only want to expose because I think only a few are willing to pay.
You're welcome. I respect everyone's view.
I don't doubt to Unigui power, just saying that when you are surprised by the few developers who are willing to pay you for your work, you have to assess the environment in which you move, and that isn't the medium or big company.
I'm just surprised few developers who have voted yet. I'm not asking anyone to pay at the moment. The only glitch is Ext JS license. Developers have two choices:
1) Get the Ext JS license and continue with us until version 1.0
2) Stop using beta versions and wait until product is ready.
I think it is quite fair.
I would not want it to end the project for lack of buyers or users, because as I said has been my lifeline.
This is not likely to happen.
Farshad calls an act of faith, asking for money for a product still in production without a defined route, and even without knowing the final price ....
Route is defined:
0.94, 0.95, 0.96, 1.0RC1, 1.0RC2 and 1.0
It is clear from now that what uniGUI will look like. It is obvious that there will be no radical changes. Anyone can decide by now if uniGUI is suitable for their projects or not.
I think it's very logical what has happened, many people are waiting to see how the product evolves.
That is understandable. As I said above. Everyone is free to make a choice from above 2 choices. No one is forced to pay a single cent for uniGUI. That's the Ext JS license which you need to buy for reasons I already explained many times. Also those who want to donate more are much welcome to do so.