Future crowdsourced features and priorities

Peter Bogdanoff bogdanoff at me.com
Thu Sep 24 14:04:02 EDT 2015

Amen. That’s where I am also.

They are saying that the answer is the widgets of LiveCode 8.

Come on LiveCode 8!

Peter Bogdanoff

> On Sep 24, 2015, at 12:52 PM, tbodine <bodine at bodinetraininggames.com> wrote:
> Yes, multimedia is Livecode's great weakness. Upgrading LC's multimedia to
> modern times was among the stretch goals in the original Kickstarter
> campaign and many of us are awaiting that. Since it was promised and paid
> for as part of that campaign 2.5 years ago, I don't see how they can come
> back to us for funding that particular feature. 
> Because modern, reliable multimedia support is more important to my business
> than any of the "future features", I'm holding back further investment in
> the LC platform until the multimedia stretch goal is delivered. 
> I believe LiveCode Ltd. could boost its licensing revenue and reputation by
> creating outstanding multimedia support. As it is now, the lack of modern
> multimedia support is a deal killer for some potential buyers. 
> I look forward to a day when I can be more enthusiastic about LiveCode and
> support its "future features", but not until "past promises" are delivered. 
> My two cents.
> Tom Bodine
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