I have a question about the planned LINQPad release cycle and the implications on the licensing cost. We used LINQPad 5 for some years before upgrading to LINQPad 6 2 years ago. With .Net 6 being disabled in LP6 we are now forced to upgrade, if we want to keep updating our own dlls.
Don't get me wrong: LINQPad is a great product and as a software developer I understand that maintaining and extending the software is a lot of effort that should be payed for.
But with the annual release cycle of .Net I'm wondering how the LINQPad "subscription" will turn out. I read somewhere that .Net 7 will be supported in LP7. Do you plan for an 2-year release cycle?