Yeahr you're right. Even though I'll may charge for using the product, I'll definable do a lot of things different as I'm already doing.I disagree. The issue with the other mentioned company is not the price of the license or the license itself, but how hard it is to get one license to re-sell the voice servers. @WolverinDEV doesn't mind how your site looks, what people uses, how much do you have in balance and other futile data in order to you set up a server with his software. If he charges every reseller, he will get a part of the profit and that could be a potential factor to make the software more attractive to new users (read: more users, more income. More income, more time to develop/more development. More development, more users... More users, more income). The price of course could be significantly lower than the fore mentioned company but still it could be profitable if managed correctly.
The point of the income itself is a really, lets call it "interesting" thing.
There are several things which have to be taken into account.
- Is the income sustainable or will it be only high enough some months?
If it's not sustainable it's more or less worth nothing on the long term and you're facing the same situation again in a few months, expect that you've less.... you've gave up your job, but now you're facing some finical issues. So it will be even worse...
- The appropriate minimal amount
Saying that somebody requires a fixed min monthly revenue is easy, but when it comes to numbers it gets hard.
I'll not talk about my personal numbers here, but you can estimate that I would need at least three times the donations I currently receive to being able to living from them beside studying.
For building up a company, especially when hiring somebody, you can imagine it would be even higher (btw. having TeaSpeak running as a company running would be absolutely amazing for me )
HAHA Well I love the naive approach but that's not done so easy.You just need to set the price for 1 slot at $0.01 per month and then your income will be about $1000 per month. I think it's a fair price.
First of all, at least I, want to still offer something like a free version for non commercial use, so you've to subtract these.
Secondly not all of them using the TeaClient.... You can think through the rest by your self^^
Yes it's not as you totally correctly stated.Talking about what and how much he should be charging people isn’t up to us if you ask me...
But this does not implies that they shouldn't do.
Maybe they've some amazing ideas which I've not yet came up with
What? I though it was like the "free" in freelancernow keeping in mind of what was told in the first post here...
I see people complaining about stuff that isn’t yet possible or ready to use, but they expect everything to be free... (look at it trough a developers view: you’ve spend an enormous amount of spare time into developing something, including personal money) wouldn’t that just be saying fuck you developer I want that sh*t for free?
No you're absolutely right and tbh this is an attitude which drives me crazy (not actually I'm more likely ignoring these people).
I actually had already something similar like this (https://forum.teaspeak.de/index.php?threads/be-part-of-the-teaparty.890/)what I suggest for those who would like to help out...
Make a post (preferably in the right forum section that prolly needs to be added first)
Where you discribe what you are able to in Theems of coding/programming..
What eventually could lead to a good candidate for wolv...
Yes this topic is from 2018, but I'd featured it 'till the middle 2019..... Nobody (in terms of development) "called back"....
But you're giving me an idea, I should may send a broadcast mail to all registered forum members.
This would a) awake the members who forgot about TeaSpeak and b) would di