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Donationware DC-2 Released

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Hi,Hope this doesn't qualify as "advertising" - it is for a good cause.Sent to me by Rob: The "UIVER" team is proud to anounce the release of the Douglas DC2 for FS2004 and FSX.After many years of hard work and thorough research, it's finally ready. The revenue from the sales will be donated to the Aviodrome, Dutch National Aviation Theme Park and Museum.Aviodrome has one of the worlds last two airworthy Douglas DC-2's in their collection. The real plane is maintained by volunteers and with the money raised from individual and corporate donations. By selling the DC-2 package we hope to contribute to keeping this unique, priceless and historic aircraft in flying condition. Your purchase will be a very welcome contribution! The package will be sold through the well known secure Flight1 system. For complete information on the features of this package and a link to download the Douglas DC2 for FS2004 and FSX please visit this site: http://home.hccnet.nl/r.cappers/dc2/ Support issues and questions will be handled through our forum: http://sreppac.multiforum.nl/ We hope you will enjoy flying this unique, hands-on classic airplane!--Tom GibsonCal Classic Propliner Page: http://www.calclassic.comFreeflight Design Shop: http://www.freeflightdesign.comDrop by! ___x_x_(")_x_x___

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I didn't see a way to download it without paying, unless I missed the link. Can you provide one if it exists?Usually donationware isn't paid for in advance.

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Thanks for the 'heads up' Tom, this looks very nice, and a nice companion to my MAAM DC-3.

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Right - in computer software the term "donationware" implies giving away a fully working product with the intent that if the person using it likes it enough AND is able to, they'll donate either to the developer or to a third party designated by the developer.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donationwarehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DonatewareWhat these guys are doing is commendable and the plane looks really nice, but it's not donationware. Unfortunately I don't know what it *should* be called (besides payware) :|

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