richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 13:21:08 CST 2009
Colin Holgate wrote:
> You can reasonably easily get the revlet file, and save the html, and
> run those locally. Renaming the revlet to be rev doesn't appear to
> give you a good stack, for what that's worth.
I am aware that renaming the revlet doesn't result in a stack as the
build process pays put to that.
However, after one h*ll of a lot of work I am about to deploy a
web-based 'thing' which will be entirely
FREE. Now,call me naive, call me 'Richmond' [in some quarters these are
regarded as virtual synonyms . . . :) ],
but I hope to pick up revenue by marketing both:
1. A standalone at a modest price (say $10) that has the same
capabilities as the web-based 'thing'.
and, at a later date,
2. A 'Premium' program (with expanded capabilities) for slightly more
I hope that the web-based 'thing' will act as a 'ramp' and pursuade a
certain number of users
to pay for either #1 or #2.
Now, obviously, if the revlett is saveable, #1 is "down the kibosh".
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