Why isn't Rev more popular?

xavier.bury at clearstream.com xavier.bury at clearstream.com
Thu Dec 1 10:25:27 EST 2005

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Actually, the bck door would have been Slashdot. Im just so curious Rev 
hasn't done anything
to get their logo up in their top banner... In the least Rev is Slashdot 
hot, im surprised none one
tried a little PR to get an article in there... Then again, rev's support 
and PR are not my best
friends ;)... 

I know marketing is usually considered a waste of money (depends how you 
use it and how
much money you are ready to "waste" on it... 

But with 200000 visits per day on Slashdot (more or less), that's not a 
negligible back door
to a LOT of nerds like or unlike us... Ruby on Rails sure took a big 
number of hits thanks to
Slashdot... Why can't a superior product like rev?

food for thought best served with a good glass of bourgogne...

use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com wrote on 01/12/2005 16:18:45:

> On 12/1/05 7:49 AM, "Bob Hutchison" <hutch at recursive.ca> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > Being new here, and a professional programmer for getting
> > frighteningly close to 30 years now, maybe I should say something...
> Well said, Bob! Getting Rev into the "sounds familiar" category would be
> good first step - but that means having it either marketed more
> aggressively, or it means getting in through the "back door".
> Just my 2 cents,
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software
> Web site: http://www.sonsothunder.com/
> Email: kray at sonsothunder.com

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