> They can't do that with the current license.
They can't ask for more money.
The C2 license only works if the user base is fairly successful.
Then that hinges on that success bringing in more users that are in turn successful.
That hasn't happened.
The current model is not sustainable.
It only works when you can stay ahead of saturation, and this is a niche market.
So anyway, asking them to keep the same method is the same as asking them to go out of business and that is a moral issue with me.