[OT-Rodeo] Still waiting for the aha moment

Peter Haworth pete at mollysrevenge.com
Wed Jul 21 21:18:49 CDT 2010


Thanks Jerry.  Just so you know, I already purchased Rodeo for it's  
potential!

I guess your answer falls into the category mentioned in my original  
email of "it's early days yet" and that's fine.  I looked at the  
countdown to release link and I'l wait with "bated" breath for July  
27th when the data objects are scheduled for release, that's one of my  
major concerns right now although I'm guessing there won;t be any  
sqlite connectivity.

I agree with your philosophy of trying to keep things simpler and also  
agree that Revolution can be phenomenally difficult to comprehend,  
especially for new users, but sometimes complexity is the price you  
have to pay for power - a delicate balance!

Pete Haworth

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> Message: 14
> Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2010 17:03:25 -0500
> From: Jerry Daniels <jerry.daniels at me.com>
> Subject: Re: [OT-Rodeo] Still waiting for the aha moment
> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
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> Hey, Pete!
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> Taking a look at our countdown to release list in this post may help  
> some:
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> http://rodeoapps.com/limited-pre-release-offer
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> The a-ha will come in increments. The biggest one we are working on  
> now is data. The ability to handle records--edit, delete, create,  
> list, etc. it a big step toward app status. The wrapper around the  
> app is not as important right now to us as having a quality delivery  
> of data / content. But the wrappers are coming along on the target  
> platforms.
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> I think it's pretty clear when you look at the schedule and our  
> history, we're making progress and will continue to do so. We are  
> discounting our prices heavily to encourage users to get their feet  
> wet with the overall framework, syntax and workflow. We also use  
> this to fund development. We are not using borrowed or venture  
> capital money to do this.
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