I am working on a service that allows content creators to copy protect their dynamic components. It works in such a way that it strips out their dynamicness and generates a ruby “companion” extension. This turns the dynamic component into… well… a not-so-dynamic-anymore-component. That component can still be viewed and can still be copied over to other computers etc, but the formulas you have added to them will only work when the companion ruby extension is also installed (and licensed etc…). My goal is to make it possible for content creators to sell their dynamic components.
I am looking for early adopters. The service is not production ready yet, but I believe I have got this ready enough to do some demoing. Please, feel free to send me a private message, or respond to this topic, if such a service sounds useful to you and maybe we could have a conference call about it.