For projects like Zabbix, or Chef, I pay for those, as I was able to test and use their software first
I guess I was being too broad(?) in my statement, as I am willing to pay for software, I do all the time. Maybe I'm whining about something beyond my understanding.
In my mind, when I said that, I was thinking of things like IBM's PVU licensing that is preventing me from adding two CPU cores to a VM. and Oracle's licensing that restricting me from spinning up a VM with Oracle's DB on it.
havenwood, if you use bundler 1.9 or 1.10, they changed where the binaries go and changed the gemspec mostly. I can do it all by hand and check to make sure the gemspecs are the same, but I was wonering if htere was a functionality like that already
well, havenwood, I have to take off. We have some midnight code releases that I need to be present for.