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I have run the self-hosted version of Sentry for a couple years at my job now and it has worked fantastically, and I also use the SaaS product during freelance. The self-hosted releases take time to appear after launching on SaaS, but this is understandable as it takes time to coordinate things making it downstream to the public repo from internal stuff. And the self-hosted version is rock-solid once running, I never worry about it.

Of course it would be great if everything could remain truly open source, but I can understand the IP concerns as Sentry grows, and I am appreciative of the communication and commitment to offering the same product for self-hosting as your SaaS product. I'll be continuing to use and support Sentry and am interested to see how the BSL model goes here compared to something like open-core.

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