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Macromedia Contribute
multi-licensing for multi-sites?

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Msg#: 242 posted 11:37 pm on Feb 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

I'm looking at Contribute as a potential solution for small clients whose budgets and sites aren't big enough to warrant a big CMS.

Can someone who has implemented Contribute on a wider scale tell me:
If I have one license for Contribute, but manage, say, five separate client's sites (each of whom have Contribute), do I in turn need to have five licenses myself for Contribute, or can I manage multiple sites with one piece of the software?

Also, is it as good as it sounds? I'd be mainly using it for basic html sites, no database or serious server scripting, and this really looks good, but I want to know more before I spend the money, or try to find enough time to play around with the trial.



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Msg#: 242 posted 9:53 am on Feb 22, 2003 (gmt 0)

hi leibel,

just watched the tour of that product and i think: if you don't have to pay for extra features (than for editing one simple site) it's only because of contribute does not have these features at all. won't trust on that company to keep your code clean even if they have one of the best engines at all.

good luck!

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