How Else to Interact with Browser (was Re:RevolutionWebBrowserPlugin)

Luis luis at
Tue Nov 7 05:51:35 EST 2006


Marielle Lange wrote:
> Hi Luis,
>> No really, if it needed this level of forum debate, they had not been 
>> listening before.
> We had that discussion 6 months ago, making many of the points you make 
> in this email. Discussing them at full length. Over the last 6 months, 
> various changes have taken place, with among other thing, a wiki. 
> <>.
> For now, it looks like they use it as another webpage, not as a space 
> where community members can contribute. Though they mention 
> "[developers] can contribute to the Revolution wiki to share 
> information, tutorials, tips and projects, and log in to the forum for 
> friendly help and advice."... I couldn't figure out what I needed to do 
> to contribute. No register button, no "how to join" information.

Yeah, saw that before, not really a Developer Wiki as you imply.
And that Forum... That's got to be the sadest Forum I've ever seen. Any 
newbie hitting that would surely be put off.

>>> we can help the revolution experience and attract new users to the 
>>> revolution, then, I am sure RunRev will make more money and be able 
>>> to afford more people and then have more resources to add the 
>>> features you want and fix bugs.
>> Then I want to be paid for Marketing. :)
> Believe it or not but they seem interested in doing just that:
> Become a Revolution Community Partner
> <>
> $$$. We have a compensation model based on sales that result from your 
> efforts. You will get assigned a special code with each event, then 
> receive compensation based on sales that result from your efforts.

Didn't see that one. And I can't, not a member of the forum...



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