[OT-Rodeo] Last minute call to get onboard with pre-realase conditions!

Jerry Daniels jerry.daniels at me.com
Tue Jul 20 09:42:12 EDT 2010


Sarah is sound asleep in Australia at the moment, so I'll see if I can answer that for you.

All transfer does is translate revTalk into Rodeo definitions. Rodeo server then translates those definitions into HTML/CSS. Until our Deploy Anywhere feature becomes available later in the month, those pages can only be viewed in Rodeo. With Deploy Anywhere, Transfer might be valuable for the sole task of making pages out of cards.

We were thinking at first of making Transfer a separate product, but the market for it is extremely small compared to Rodeo, so it would carry a price tag above the $100 USD range. And then it would demand extra attention for support, questions, feature requests, etc. The reason Rodeo is maturing so quickly is because we are focused. We decided Transfer would be a distraction we could not afford.

You can get Rodeo with Transfer for $89 (for another 16 hours) and be able to copy your HTML from the Rodeo editor. That would seem to be a reasonable solution for you.  


Jerry Daniels

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On Jul 20, 2010, at 7:45 AM, "David C." <davidocoker at gmail.com> wrote:

>>> But hey, we'll see.  It will be most interesting.  Meanwhile, one assumes
>>> that it means that Rodeo apps will run in Chrome or Konqueror or Galeon on
>>> Linux?  Now that is interesting.  Its just a pity one cannot write them in
>>> the OS they will run on.
>> You can, using a web-based editor.
>> You just don't get the extra features of a Mac editor.
>> Cheers,
>> Sarah
> Hi Sarah,
> Do you folks anticipate offering Transfer as a separate
> product/service any time soon?
> If yes, is there any estimate on the time-frame?
> Best regards,
> David C.
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