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Comment:Fix typos and tighten some sentences in the prosupport page.
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<a name="detail"></a>
<h2>Further Information</h2>

<p>The SQLite software free and it works great.
Most people use SQLite in their products and services without getting 
any kind of license or support.</p>

<p>Free support for SQLite is available on the public
SQLite mailing list: 
<a href="mailto:sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org">sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org</a>.
The mailing list is monitored by a large
community of experts, including the core SQLite development team,
................................................................................
<a href="http://mailinglists.sqlite.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users">
sign-up</a>, but you can simply send an email message to
<a href="mailto:sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org">sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org</a> and
your question will probably appear on the mailing list in about 24 hours.
(Questions from non-members are moderated, which is the reason for the
24-hour delay.)

<p>If you do not want to discuss your product on an open forum, an
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/sw/sqlite/ams.html">Annual Maintenance 
Subscription</a> or "AMS" might
serve your needs better.
An AMS entitles you to private email support directly from the developers of
SQLite.  The level of support with an AMS is similar to the support one
gets from the public mail list except that an AMS includes a unilateral 
promise of non-disclosure, so with an AMS you can discuss your issues
................................................................................

<p>Users with more advanced support needs can opt for a
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/sw/sqlite/tech.html">Technical Support
Agreement</a>.
Technical support agreements are customized to the needs of each
individual client, but generally include direct telephone support
and priority handling of issues and bugs.  Guaranteed response time
is available as an option to those to need it.  The cost of
technical support varies according to customer needs but is generally
in the range of $8000 to $35000 per year.</p>

<p>If SQLite is "mission critical" to your company, then you may
want to becoming an 
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/sw/sqlite/member.html">SQLite Consortium 
Member</a>.  The SQLite
Consortium is a collaboration of companies who sponsor ongoing development
................................................................................
CEROD reads a compressed database that is
also optionally encrypted.  All of SEE, ZIPVFS, and CEROD are 
supplied in source code form only; the licensee is responsible for 
compiling the products for their chosen platform.  It is not difficult 
to compile any of these extension.  All products come in the form of an
<a href="https://www.sqlite.org/amalgamation.html">amalgamated source file</a>
named "sqlite3.c".  So compiling SEE, ZIPVFS, or CEROD into an application 
is simply a matter of substituting the SEE, ZIPVFS, or CEROD-enabled sqlite3.c 
source file in place of the public-domain sqlite3.c source file and recompiling.
Licenses for SEE, ZIPVFS, and CEROD are perpetual.
All three extension can read and write ordinary,
uncompressed and unencrypted database files.</p>

<a name="th3"></a>
<h2>Testing Services</h2>
................................................................................

<p>Paid support options and products are provided by
Hipp, Wyrick &amp; Company, Inc., (Hwaci), a 
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_(U.S._state)">Georgia</a>
corporation 
with headquarters in
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte,_North_Carolina">
Charlotte, North Carolina</a>.
Hwaci has been in continuous operation
since 1992.  Hwaci has an international team of
employees and associates representing the best available talent.  
We are a 100% engineering company.  There is
no sales staff.
Our goal is to provide outstanding service and honest advice
without spin or sales-talk.</p>

<p>Hwaci is a small company but it is
also closely held and debt-free and has low
fixed costs, which means that it is largely immune to buy-outs and 
take-overs and market down-turns.  Hwaci intends to 
continue operating in its current form, and at roughly its current 
size until approximately the year 2050.
We expect to be here when you need us,
even if that need is many years in the future.</p>
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<a name="detail"></a>
<h2>Further Information</h2>

<p>SQLite is free and works great.
Most people use SQLite without
any kind of license or support.</p>

<p>Free support for SQLite is available on the public
SQLite mailing list: 
<a href="mailto:sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org">sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org</a>.
The mailing list is monitored by a large
community of experts, including the core SQLite development team,
................................................................................
<a href="http://mailinglists.sqlite.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users">
sign-up</a>, but you can simply send an email message to
<a href="mailto:sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org">sqlite-users@mailinglists.sqlite.org</a> and
your question will probably appear on the mailing list in about 24 hours.
(Questions from non-members are moderated, which is the reason for the
24-hour delay.)

<p>If you do not want to discuss your issues on a public and open forum, an
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/sw/sqlite/ams.html">Annual Maintenance 
Subscription</a> or "AMS" might
serve your needs better.
An AMS entitles you to private email support directly from the developers of
SQLite.  The level of support with an AMS is similar to the support one
gets from the public mail list except that an AMS includes a unilateral 
promise of non-disclosure, so with an AMS you can discuss your issues
................................................................................

<p>Users with more advanced support needs can opt for a
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/sw/sqlite/tech.html">Technical Support
Agreement</a>.
Technical support agreements are customized to the needs of each
individual client, but generally include direct telephone support
and priority handling of issues and bugs.  Guaranteed response time
is available as an option.  The cost of
technical support varies but is generally
in the range of $8000 to $35000 per year.</p>

<p>If SQLite is "mission critical" to your company, then you may
want to becoming an 
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/sw/sqlite/member.html">SQLite Consortium 
Member</a>.  The SQLite
Consortium is a collaboration of companies who sponsor ongoing development
................................................................................
CEROD reads a compressed database that is
also optionally encrypted.  All of SEE, ZIPVFS, and CEROD are 
supplied in source code form only; the licensee is responsible for 
compiling the products for their chosen platform.  It is not difficult 
to compile any of these extension.  All products come in the form of an
<a href="https://www.sqlite.org/amalgamation.html">amalgamated source file</a>
named "sqlite3.c".  So compiling SEE, ZIPVFS, or CEROD into an application 
is simply a matter of substituting the SEE-, ZIPVFS-, or CEROD-enabled sqlite3.c 
source file in place of the public-domain sqlite3.c source file and recompiling.
Licenses for SEE, ZIPVFS, and CEROD are perpetual.
All three extension can read and write ordinary,
uncompressed and unencrypted database files.</p>

<a name="th3"></a>
<h2>Testing Services</h2>
................................................................................

<p>Paid support options and products are provided by
Hipp, Wyrick &amp; Company, Inc., (Hwaci), a 
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_(U.S._state)">Georgia</a>
corporation 
with headquarters in
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte,_North_Carolina">
Charlotte, North Carolina</a> and has been in business since
1992.
Hwaci has an international team of
employees and associates representing the best available talent.  
We are a 100% engineering company.  There is
no sales staff.
Our goal is to provide outstanding service and honest advice
without spin or sales-talk.</p>

<p>Hwaci is a small company but it is
also closely held and debt-free and has low
fixed costs, which means that it is largely immune to buy-outs,
take-overs, and market down-turns.  Hwaci intends to 
continue operating in its current form, and at roughly its current 
size until at least the year 2050.
We expect to be here when you need us,
even if that need is many years in the future.</p>
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