Don’t know about that, but I started reading the new terms of service (which is a long document of dense legalese). One of the things to which I object is that if you are using OnShape for anything commercial, you must pay for a subscription. Most of what I do is non-commercial, but I can’t guarantee that something I make won’t someday make me some money. I probably guarantee that it will never make enough money to pay for a subscription to OnShape, though.
I know I could probably get away with continuing to use OnShape and never get caught in a violation, but that’s not how I roll. So OnShape is looking less and less like an option for me, which is a real shame because I really like OnShape’s features and work flow.
I was going to go onto the OnShape forums to express my displeasure with the changes, but you have to agree to the ToS to get onto the forums. OnShape has really turned their back to hobbyists and start-ups. I’m not sure if they are desperate to sell subscriptions or just greedy, but it’s not a good look for them.