A PicoReview: INTKEY 5.0 for Win95

Gregor Hagedorn G.Hagedorn at BBA.DE
Fri Feb 13 02:12:29 CST 1998

> The ability of a local copy of INTKEY to interact with remote data
> over the Internet is an exciting and fundamental step in the
> development of an international biodiversity information
> infrastructure.  Rating: Four Noahs!

I wonder what the licensing structure is? Does the server institution
pays for the use? Or would each user need a local copy of Intkey, a
license of which would be 400 US $ (?)

I think the latter would seriously impede the usefulness of this
approach. As an organisation, you would reach only a very limited
user group (those with enough money).


Gregor Hagedorn
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