Re: [AMBER] Announcement about upcoming changes to Amber license fees

From: Pablo Arantes via AMBER <>
Date: Mon, 2 Jan 2023 10:28:46 -0800

WOW! This is awesome!

Thank you so much David and Amber team for your efforts not that!

Pablo Ricardo Arantes
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology - UFRGS
MSc. in Cell and Molecular Biology -  UFRGS
The Palermo Lab
Department of Bioengineering 
University of California Riverside 
225 Materials Science & Engineering
900 University Ave. | Riverside, CA 92521
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> Em 2 de jan. de 2023, à(s) 5:48 AM, David A Case via AMBER <> escreveu:
> He everyone:  here is an announcment about upcoming changes to Amber license
> fees:
>    License fees for Amber22 will change on April 15, 2023.  The fee for
>    not-for-profit users will be removed, and fees for for-profit users
>    will become $25,000 USD for new licensees, and $20,000 for returning
>    sites.
>    The Amber development community wants to thank all those who have
>    helped its development through past purchases, all of which go to
>    support development and documention.  We believe that we can maintain
>    a high-quality and innovative code base going forward, while removing
>    a significant financial barrier for academic and other not-for-profit
>    users.
>    Note there is no change to license itself, just to the license
>    fee.  AmberTools will continue to use the GNU General Public License
>    (GPL), whereas Amber itself has own license.  The main difference
>    is that AmberTools can be modified and redistributed as allowed by
>    the GPL, whereas Amber allows modifications but not redistribution.
>    See the individual license files for details.
> ...thanks...and Happy New Year to all!....dave case
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