So I've been working on a side project, it's intended to be sold as commercial software. I'm honestly making it because I love it's purpose, buts it's commercial because I have costs I endured while building and to keep the service aspect of it running.

Anyone have insight into issues I might have building cross-platform software, distribution, and support of a commercial product? I'm more or less worried about the "clueless" folks who don't read FAQs.

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    There's a book out there called "don't make me think" even without reading: stick to that.
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    Best advice I can give is to be sure your intellectual property belongs to you. Employment contracts can have a clause that states that everything you do (even outside of work) belongs to the company. Some are less strict, and say that only software which could benefit the company belongs to them
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