Back in 2014 when free and open source FusionInvoice v1 moved to a commercial license as FusionInvoice v2, Kevin Kovah approached me about the possibility of carrying the v1 code base forward for the FOSS community. Thus, the InvoicePlane project was born.
For the past four years, Kevin has been volunteering his time, energy and skills to the InvoicePlane project which has since taken a life of its own. I'm very thankful of Kevin's efforts in serving the FOSS community, especially since that's where FusionInvoice started out.
I'm very happy to announce that Kevin has adopted the latest version of the FusionInvoice 2018 code base as InvoicePlane 2. Please give the InvoicePlane community a visit, say hi, and help their journey be an amazing one.
It is with a heavy heart I am announcing that FusionInvoice is in the process of closing its business operations.
I sincerely appreciate all of you who have joined me on this journey and I thank each one of you for your part in providing life to the product. Personally speaking, this journey has lasted nine years in one form or another and it's time for me to move on to the next chapter of my life, whatever that might be.
If any of you would like to maintain the project as FOSS, please feel free. Be sure and replace the root license file and the copyright notices in the project files.
I will continue to provide email support for an undetermined amount of time for those of you who may still have unresolved issues.