Rudolf wrote:DataDonkey wrote:I'm an end user and I want a finished product. I don't drive a beta car.
DataDonkey wrote:When/if the home page is updated and it says under Recent News "MediaMonkey 4 Released!" that's when I'll believe it's not abandonware.
"Look at all the beta versions we're working on" doesn't mean much to me. I'm not a beta tester. I'm an end user and I want a finished product. I don't drive a beta car.
joeshmoe wrote:Would the thread have more appropriately been call "is mediamonkey becoming neglectware"? I think the fact that the website still hasn't been updated is a bad sign. Adding to the news section would take all of five minutes. For a product that is sold exclusively through the internet that seems like the bare minimum one could do to keep it going. When I buy software one of the key criteria is active development. If I were buying today I would skim over something that was last updated in Nov 2010 quickly. I bought this software in 2007 and it was great back then so I got plenty of use out of it but It's a bummer watching it go downhill.
There is also no need to update the news section of the website until the final version of the software is released.
Really? For future reference calling someone or their ideas "stupid" is considered childish and rude by most adults.Dreadlau wrote:That's just plain stupid.
joeshmoe wrote:It wasn't my intention to get anyone upset I was just surprised that instead of allowing customers to voice valid concerns the thread was locked. It was in that thread that I learned about 3.2.5. Instead of stifling polite criticism from customers why not use it to make the product/community better?
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