I’ll post it here because I can’t seem to find a contact link on the webpage.
I have experimented with Obsidian, I’ve fallen in love with the daily page feature in combination with todo items. It’s the perfect all in one replacement for my todo list DND and side project brainstorming and note taking combination. Which I previously used to do in sublime text.
Today I went to the store to buy the software. However, to my horror your definition of personal versus commercial is whether or not the software is used for commercial purposes… In my case this is not so simple. These are my notes, which I personally use. They relate to things around the house, book ideas. Projects. And work related todo lists + occasional work related brain storming.
I have one laptop for all areas. I have one Intellij for all areas. One sublime text for all areas. They give me good licenses so I can afford to pay for the software personally. Intellij is steep, but considering the company behind it and the mammoth amount of software it gives you it’s still a good price.
I simply can’t afford to pay 50$ per year for software that I can replace with sublime and even with intellij. I’ll gladly pay up to 80$ for the privilege of having a version I can use forever even if that means that in two years if I want to version up I’ll have to invest more. Remember I can use your software for free if I simply don’t use it for my daily work todo. I’ve toyed with the idea of just doing the 25$ version and pretending we’re all okay with me occasionally using it for work. But I’m a developer too. Let’s play fair…
Please consider changing your license to indicate that commercial means it’s purchased by a company for it’s employees. And personal means it’s purchased for an individual for his own use… For whatever goal he intends to use the software.
Apologies for the rant. And congratulations on having built a product which inspires such a rant.