In this video, Rick LaPlante addresses the six key questions that arose following the pricing and licensing announcement:
- What about the little guy?
- Why are you raising the price of MSDN Universal?
- Why don't I get the server when I buy the client?
- If you were a consultant, what would you buy?
- If I do all of the roles, which product do I buy?
- Didn't the “universal” in MSDN Universal mean I get everything?
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well, it looks like someone beat me to it on the doc lib explorer: (
Document Library Explorer 1.0). i kinda figured this was going to happen as i haven't had much time lately to dedicate to these tools. UPDATE: i just saw martinm's post about this tool, you may want to check it out: http://blogs.tamtam.nl/mart/MoreSharepointOnGotDotNet.aspx
additionally as a result, feedreader has suffered and the much needed fixes (for proxies) have not been implemented. because of this, i've decided (finally, some may say) to release feedreader source code in the wild under the creative commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/).
i'll need to clean some things up, but will post it soon. as for doclib explorer -- no need for me to attempt to finish that up -- check out the one above.