[time-nuts] OT: Eagle PC CAD now Autodesk, $500/year
kb8tq at n1k.org
Fri Jan 20 22:13:58 EST 2017
Fusion 360 has the same sort of “slurp it up” and “net connection” requirements. Anything
you do is (at least potentially) not exclusively yours. Fine for a basement. As you point out
a bit nuts for any corporation. My guess is that there is or will be some sort of corporate server
connection to take care of the issue. At leas in Fusion, there is no obvious way to make that
happen. It’s a complicated program so who knows what may be lurking in there somewhere ….
> On Jan 20, 2017, at 9:45 PM, Mark Sims <holrum at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'd say 80% of the outside design work I do have little ditties in the contracts that say NO development to be done on net connected systems. New Eagle requires a net connection to keep working. Also the EULA seems to say they can slurp your designs at will and ship them off to who knows who/where. Autocad seems to be totally un-aware of the rabid IP protection that companies require these days.
> I don't know how many sales Eagle has made off my recommendations / work (I suspect quite a few)... but that revenue is going to stop.
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