Linux 32bit?

Richmond richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 20 10:27:40 CET 2017


Template stacks is an idea that comes up periodically: what is needed is 
for LiveCode to sort out
"Rev-Online" . . .

Richmond.

On 20/03/17 10:18, William A. Prothero, Jr via use-livecode wrote:
> Something that might draw in New users who want a ready made solution are template stacks for various kinds of apps. Users would get a head start on an app, then customize it for their own purposes. Perhaps this already exists, as I haven't perused the site for awhile. I do know that the short course in making iOS apps, offered a year ago, badly needed proof reading by someone who didn't create the materials. I got discouraged at the time I had to waste and have up.
>
> I know there is a lot out thete. Can a new user find it?
>
> Bill
>
> William Prothero
>
>
> On March 19, 2017, at 10:06 PM, Alejandro Tejada via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Richmond,
>
> on Sun, 19 Mar 2017, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
>
>> This just echos what LiveCode have been doing
>> for a long, long time, and I get slammed every time
>> I mention it: They talk "the talk" about FOSS, 'Community'
>> and so on, and listen when it suits them, but don't when it doesn't.
> I do not understand about what you are talking about.
> Could you provide very specific examples that explain this?
>
> I feel compeled to repeat myself:
>
> Probably, this email requirement only wants to create a link between new
> LiveCode users and the current LiveCode community and company.
>
> Does anybody knows how many new LiveCode users stop using this platform
> after a single glance or after a really short time of use?
>
> My educated guess is that many, many new users do not take enough time to
> try this platform in all it's complexity and extension. Many new user are
> just looking for a ready made solution for their application needs.
>
> In my experience, some users do not want to learn something completely new
> and unfamiliar. They just want a program with an interface similar to
> Microsoft Office with added functionalities like scripting and compiling...
>
> Maybe, just maybe, LiveCode should offer something like a free short course
> on a single topic... a topic of interest for this new user in exchange for
> this email direction.
>
> Al
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