Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at
Tue May 23 18:45:10 EDT 2006

Hi Claudi,

I would upload a demo stack to RevOnline, with a button that gives  
easy access to your web site. From there, people could download  
whatever they like and you can keep track of download statistics.  
That way, people might get interested in your other work as well.




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Op 24-mei-2006, om 0:17 heeft Claudi Cornaz het volgende geschreven:

> Hi all,
> I have a stack, some kind of outliner, which I would like to donate  
> to this community.
> Of course my userspace would seem logical, but I would like to know
> how many people download it (if there is a lot of interest it might  
> stimulate me to document
> the code more and to "prune" the code. It's like it is now and I am  
> working on something
> much more than a outliner now and I spend all my time on that).
> Outliners are nice but they are actualy kindergarten stuff and with  
> the amount of
> available data nowadays we need something much more flexible and  
> fluid.
> So my actual question is, is there some way to track the download  
> statistics of my userspace?
> Otherwise I will probably make a little demo and upload that to my  
> userspace and
> add a btn to this demo to download the real stack from my site.
> That's if there is any interest in this at all. I use it on my mac  
> as a standalone on a daily basis.
> It saves double clickable  documents. (well at least it did,  
> although the last compiled version
> suddenly doesn't anymore. It could have to do with a missing  
> applescript resource in the compiled app
> I read somewhere on this list)
> Best wishes
> Claudi

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