What do people think of having a simple page on the www.linuxmce.org web site indicating that although LinuxMCE is fundamentally an OSS product, there is also a "fully supported commercial" version of the product for those that wish to pay for a "solution"? This could be used for referrals to other companies than CHT, as well, as and when/if they come on board. There are other products out there that are OSS in their core, but also have references to comercial versions or commercialised services based on the product, on their web sites. Ubuntu doing so for Canonical is one example although Canonical effectively is Ubuntu (Vendor:Product) but there are other examples where the separation is clearer.
Just a thought.
I think this might be something to look at... although your example of 'Ubuntu' in relation to Canonical...is not quite accurate. I would think Asterisk is probably a better example in fact. However there are already pages explaining what CHT does in relation to LinuxMCE etc.
I'd like to point out that CHT actively works to make sure that almost all the code it creates and develops for its Dianemo & Cascade products is made available for integration into LinuxMCE and is made available under the GPL. Sometimes the features and changes we have made may not 'fit' directly with the direction the LinuxMCE Devs are taking however and in these cases integrating our changes may be delayed. If we fix bugs or make other changes to underlying LinuxMCE packages then these are handed straight back for immediate integration.
Our focus for Cascade in particular is to make it simple & easy to add too and expand and to deliver a stable and reliable product. Our customer systems typically have 'uptimes' 200+ days and usually the need to reboot was caused by a software update and not a fault.
All the best