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    Default Answered: Could a prize be redeemable as an ExtJS 6 commercial license instead?

    Not to sound ungrateful, but as it stands the winning pot barely clears half of the cost of the entry level license fee to even use your product - given the effort involved it feels like the deal needs to be a little sweeter.

    As stated in the title, would you consider offering the standard 5-developer commercial license as an optional alternative to the prize money (for either winning entry or runner up)?
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  2. This is a good idea (in addition to SenchaCon tickets). We'll be doing more community events and will consider it for future contests/giveaways. As for this contest, we will keep cash prizes since it has already been announced to our community. Thanks for the feedback.

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    I think that's a brilliant idea. Honestly, they should give out cash + license.

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    This is a good idea (in addition to SenchaCon tickets). We'll be doing more community events and will consider it for future contests/giveaways. As for this contest, we will keep cash prizes since it has already been announced to our community. Thanks for the feedback.

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    Okay, thanks for the response.

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