RevMedia - ready now?

Richmond Mathewson richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Tue Sep 15 11:27:42 EDT 2009


Considering RevMedia is FREE and that t is posible to develop full-blown 
revlets with it
I don't feel one can start making demands.

Richard Miller wrote:
> Thanks for the advice. I agree with you. I'll wait... hoping it's just 
> a week or so, and not a month or two.
> Richard
>
> Andre Garzia wrote:
>> I have no clue, but I am waiting for the next plugin before releasing
>> anything.
>> the current one has some random jinx in it that is not compatible with
>> releasing a product, thats why it is an alpha. Use this interval now to
>> improve your product, this way, by the time they deliver a beta or a 
>> final,
>> you'll have a better product than the one you have now.
>>
>> even if the current plugin works for 450 out of your 500 guys, the 
>> other 50
>> might be very vocal and wreck your opening party.
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 11:10 AM, Richard Miller <wow at together.net> 
>> wrote:
>>
>>  
>>> Andre,
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>> Would you take a stab at defining "little"? You thinking a week or a 
>>> month?
>>>
>>> Richard
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Andre Garzia wrote:
>>>
>>>    
>>>> Richard,
>>>> I would wait a little more...
>>>>
>>>> Andre
>>>>
>>>> On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 8:14 AM, Richard Miller <wow at together.net> 
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>> A few questions.
>>>>>
>>>>> 1. Presumably, a new version of the plugin is to be released 
>>>>> soon... is
>>>>> that right? At least one that fixes the basic issue of allowing 
>>>>> substacks
>>>>> to
>>>>> open in front of the browser.
>>>>>
>>>>> 2. Does installation of the plugin work for most PC and Mac users 
>>>>> now, or
>>>>> is there a meaningful subset of these folks who would have difficulty
>>>>> installing it with the current version? I read something about Vista
>>>>> corporate users who might not be able to install it without first 
>>>>> making
>>>>> a
>>>>> change to their OS settings.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'd like to be able to introduce the "general population" to a simple
>>>>> revweb-based page I've put together introducing a new product. 
>>>>> This page
>>>>> doesn't include anything other than fields, buttons and images. 
>>>>> It's just
>>>>> a
>>>>> product information page.... meaning, it doesn't require any 
>>>>> permissions
>>>>> from the user to view it, other than installation of the plugin.
>>>>>
>>>>> If I had 500 run-of-the-mill PC and Mac users attempt to access this
>>>>> page,
>>>>> is it reasonable to expect the great majority of them will have 
>>>>> little
>>>>> problem installing the plugin and viewing the page?
>>>>>
>>>>> Or should I wait longer on this until a new version of the plugin
>>>>> arrives....
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks.
>>>>> Richard Miller
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