Proxmox Nag Notices
At work we use Proxmox. Decent software. Recently I began nominal testing of updating from 5.4 to 6.0.
Support subscriptions are available. When applicable with the web browser interface there is a nag notice about not having a valid subscription.
I understand and appreciate the desire to motivate users to buy subscriptions, but the software is free/libre.
A nag notice at every usage instance is a significant nuisance. Childish. The nag notice treats users like a commodity.
With each major release the developers change the contents or location of the nag notice code. I suppose in the hope of some kind of obfuscation. This is no different with the 6.0 release. The location of the code changed from
Searching the web reveals how to disable the nag notice.
This strategy is unprofessional. A reasonable policy is nag twice upon initial usage. Thereafter remind once a quarter. Treat users like adults.