Application virtualization, IoT and Cloud Computing, Blog of Sacha Thomet

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Most articles you can find in this blog are related with virtualization mainly with Citrix and Microsoft technologies. Further you can find some home automation or IoT stuff.

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4 Responses to Disclaimer

  • Hy Sacha,

    where can i leave my consolidated Script for the Community?
    My Colleg and i had combined the XA65, XD7 and PVS Script to one big one.
    I would give this to your Community.

    If you would you can write an E-Mail to me.

    Greetings

    Sascha

    • Hello Sascha, I love your idea to share a consolidated Script! But honestly it’s already not easy to maintain all my scripts on my website, so I’m afraid that if I’ll put your script on my script and I need to care about new version’s and so on it’s to much of work.
      What if you put your script somewhere in the cloud, e.g. dropbox and I’ll publish a public link. In this way you are able to update your script an I have nothing to do with it.
      Cheers, Sacha

  • Hello,

    I have been looking at your code projects on Github and I am very impressed. The question I have for you (because it is not stated in a license.txt file at the root of the project) is what license is applied for these scripts?

    I want to be I have read the disclaimer on the website, however just want to be explicitly sure of the copyright on the code before I even take a copy to test.

    Please let me know.

    Thank you

    Justin

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