On 04/03/2015 at 08:43, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Yes, your statements are correct. Licensing is a tough area, both at the technical and practical levels: make it too strong, and you'll anger your paying clients with difficult limitations and a system that is hard for them to maintain, you'll fry profits on tech support, even if the licensing system is technically perfect. At the other end, make it too weak, and you mind as well not have put any in place at all, and it will anger your paying customers (especially if there is none). So, you probably want to put a 'bump in the road' for pirates, but how big and steep the bump requires a tough balancing act.
As for questions, if they're about the Cinema 4D SDK and related development, yes, you may post in "SDK help" for C++ questions, and the "Python development" for Python specific questions. If you're not sure where, especially if it's not purely Python related, "SDK Help" is the default forum. This is to keep order for various reasons, especially for users searching for answers to resolved questions.
For instance, you can create a new topic in the SDK Help subforum for GeAllocNC, as you state it used to be in the C4D SDK.
SDK Support Engineer