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Proprietary usually mean "not Open Source".

Not JeremyNT, but from my perspective, avoiding vendor lock-in is my number one reason to favor open source software. Avoiding vendor lock in is very important to me when I am evaluating options.

Just because your business model and my business model currently align, does not guarantee that they will always align. I don't want you to be stuck being my vendor if I am not a good customer for you- and I don't want to be stuck using you as my vendor if you are no longer able or willing to provide the product I need.

Just so that everything is 100% clear, most of our code base is still Apache 2 licensed (and we have no plans to change that).

All that this blog post is (trying) to say is that multi-node will not be under a paid license, but instead will be free under the Timescale License.

Hope this helps.

Thanks very much for clarifying. You might want to make a note of this in the blog post!

Fair enough, will do!

Done :-)

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