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Nishant Masu
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Hi,

Open-Source doesn't mean publicly available. There are lots of discussions about this issue. But the good news is that we will support plugin architecture and you can extend Ant Media Server features with a plugin architecture.

Please check it for more detail about plugin architecture: https://antmedia.io/plugins-will-make-ant-media-server-more-powerful/

Best Regards,
Selim

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Hi,

Sorry for the delay.

We are using a custom Open-Source license type. Some terms are not very clear.  We are still working on terms. Our aim is to create a win-win relationship with our clients. We are sharing the source code with clients for creating a good relationship with them. Also, they can develop it with their requirements. We have developed a plugin mechanism for developing custom client requirements.

Best Regards,
Selim

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Hi Selim,

Could you please share the current licence text or terms? Depending on that, i will purchase a license. By the way, I am an open source evangelist. If you are using "open source" it should have a license and shared publicly. Please share the license text with me.

Cheers

 

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