The idea of developing a custom framework started back at the end of 2009. At first, it was meant to satisfy business needs since they most often than not followed the same logic model (and of course, there wasn’t anything capable of satisfying such needs).
Although the plans at this point still were pretty much hazy, they set out the “standard” to today’s K2F. Major design mistakes was what prompted me to rethink the whole concept.
The all-in-one idea was horribly wrong, whereas the “plug-and-play” concept is one which drives K2F forward. During this major rewrite, K2F was formed.
Considering such a framework benefits more from openness, I decided to release it as open source, rather than “sell it”.
From a marketing standpoint, this decision doesn’t hinder the business model since the business focus on selling a product, not product foundations.