We should not have to pay for help to get a product to work the way it's supposed to help. How do we get this type of help? For example, the counts are wrong, it will not work correctly on anything above php 8.0 as of 12/2/2023, etc. I am very frustrated and am looking for another product. I spent years learning this product and really like it - or I did. But it has not worked correctly since Joomla 4 and SEBLOD 4.x and we should not have to pay to get it to work the way it is supposed to work. How do we get help for these types of issues?
The issue is primarily financial, I believe. We're no longer in the situation from a few years ago where it was possible for enthusiasts to maintain complex open-source solutions. Now there are professionals, and professionals need to make money (for themselves and for their employees). I wouldn't be shocked to have to pay for an annual license for Seblod, which would help to pool the costs. However, there would need to be a reasonable licensing fee and a bug-free Seblod
. I imagine that this path has been explored by Seblod's developers, can an annual licensing amount be mentioned? There is also now the question of Joomla's evolution, becoming less and less usable by the general public. If Joomla becomes reserved for a small slice of website designers, do its components have a future?
Texte traduit par GPT4, je n'aurais jamais pu écrire cela en anglais :)