By the way, the questions all have answers
palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Dec 2 03:10:20 CST 2008
The questions are going to have answers - they may not be confined to stating
the merits of the language, however. Like, it may be an answer to the
question what if something happens to you, to reply that you have an
arrangement with X in another city. The chances of trucks hitting both of
you are negligible. On the issue of what happens if it goes the way of
Hypercard, you may have answers on the lines of how easy it will be to
convert to another environment, or how unlikely this is.
All environments have things for the customer to worry about. Open Source,
what happens if it goes off down a blind alley like KDE4 appeared to be doing
for several months? What happens if fashions change and everyone moves to
the new flavor?
Just because they have legitimate concerns, and they are concerns specific to
Rev perhaps, does not mean they will not see that its still a good choice for
them, if the situation is explained clearly.
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