Limits of using a community license in robot deploiement

what are the limits of using a community license in the deployment of a robot?

Hi @Dhouha_Cherif

There are several limits to using a community license in the deployment of a robot, some of which include:

  1. Limited Features: Community licenses often come with limited features compared to paid licenses. This may limit the functionality of the robot and its ability to perform certain tasks.
  2. No Support: Community licenses often do not include technical support or customer service. This means that if you encounter any issues or problems with the robot, you may not have anyone to turn to for help.
  3. No Updates: Community licenses may not receive regular updates, bug fixes, or security patches. This can leave the robot vulnerable to security threats or may cause it to become outdated over time.
  4. Legal Restrictions: Community licenses may come with legal restrictions on how the robot can be used or deployed. For example, some licenses may require that the robot be open-source or that any modifications made to the code be shared with the community.
  5. Risk of Incompatibility: If the robot is being deployed in a larger system or alongside other software or hardware, there is a risk that the community license may not be compatible with these other components.
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thank you very much

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