Topic: Preview 3.4: Codebase rewrite

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  • #42245
    SeleDreams
    Participant

    ngl i had to pay a second time to get a single update tho and my second is now expired so i’ll never get 3.5
    with this release schedule of updates i feel like the system of upgrade period makes no sense, instead it should be like “getting all 3.x upgrades until 4.x” or just lifetime updates like fl

    i don’t feel like paying a third time for the “chance” to get access to a single update

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by SeleDreams.
    #42263
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    I plan to increase the frequency of Podium releases in 2022. Your Podium license is still valid after the upgrade period expires. There is a small discount if you renew the upgrade period before it expires, but you can renew it any time in the future when there are new Podium features that you may find useful.

    #42278
    SeleDreams
    Participant

    i guess but if we look at it comparatively to other daws of the same pricing type, there’s reaper that gives all updates for two major versions for a single purchase of 60$ and there’s tracktion waveform pro giving all updates of a major version, both release frequent updates

    i feel like the fixed time system isn’t really good because it doesn’t guarantee any actual benefit compared to the major update type

    #42291
    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    Major version upgrades are traditionally being developed on an independent branch, separate from the work being done on minor feature and bug-fix updates to the current major version. Podium development is all done on one branch/timeline, and my aim is to implement and release feature updates gradually. So the major.minor.revision version numbering is somewhat misleading for Podium. I’ve been considering adopting the date based versioning scheme (“21.9”, “21.9.1”, “22.2” etc.).

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