Tradelink open source trading platform never dies

(Last Updated On: May 15, 2016)

Tradelink open source trading platform never dies

This was from a Meetup member

TradeLink just won’t die…
He sent

Welcome Tradelink Users,

TRADELINK has been resurrected.

Last known good source downloadable from:     http://www.TradeLinkSoftware.com
I have hired a development team who will build a sorely needed UI for the product, and easier way to run the software.
We will eliminate crap add-ons like Glean and other rubbish, and will provide release notes as part of the software.
There will also be a binary-only version of the software which will have many advanced features: such as charting, that will be for sale for a low price.
The proceeds from the sales will help cover costs to administer the open-source version.
Please notify all current Tradelink users.   I will be setting-up a user bulletin board and Wiki on the TradeLinkSoftware.com site.
In the meantime, users can communicate on this group.
Other historical threads:
https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!msg/tradelink-free/vnqPn8URTuQ/6fVp6O06JecJ
https://medium.com/@Pracplay/proposed-rule-for-registration-of-algo-traders-at-with-registered-firm-23cb4fe758af#.mcrm4yoii

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