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What are: community edition library's by third party's?

Postby Scottf » Sun Jun 23, 2013 11:18 pm

Just spotted these in current stick newsletter
What do this entail/contain prescisely?
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Re: What are: community edition library's by third party's?

Postby david1103 » Mon Jun 24, 2013 12:54 am

they are super duper free versions of full programs that are missing a few things, or just free full programs.

they are shrouded in mystery and rarely seen in the light of day... they are begging for some hosting i think, unless there are working links i am not aware of?
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Re: What are: community edition library's by third party's?

Postby ngarjuna » Mon Jun 24, 2013 2:40 am

iirc Community Edition means you need a commercial version of Nebula to run them but they are otherwise free libraries. However they do not work with Nebula Free (hence "Community Edition" instead of "Free Edition").
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Re: What are: community edition library's by third party's?

Postby Scottf » Mon Jun 24, 2013 5:39 pm

Sounds good, spotted links in the current
Newsletter sticky, but haven't clicked anything yet.

So ate these FULL/fully functional,
Or with some reductions/limitations

... I have nebula pro, server, I'm about to go
Third party crazy and get a good couple,
However maybe this would be a better start...
But if these are sized down or limited functionally
Then purchase is way ill go
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Re: What are: community edition library's by third party's?

Postby ngarjuna » Mon Jun 24, 2013 6:21 pm

I believe that varies from one Community Edition program to another (the limitations); in some cases they are not limited, just free programs for the community (often they will give away one program of a set); in other cases they're more like demos for the library in question (sampled at fewer kernels maybe or missing one or two controls, for example).
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