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it would be frustrating for users if we kept on about it months ahead of release.
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mikefulton wrote:Have you ever had a conversation on the phone where the other guy hasn't said anything for awhile, and it's so quiet that eventually you start to wonder if maybe the connection was dropped? That's where we're at. This thread's purpose is basically me saying, "Hey man, you still there?"
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spankybus wrote:This is probably because you are neck-deep in the development process, know exactly whats going on and have no way to understand why all these people just can't wait for it to release.
We're paying for the work that's being done and are entitled to news.
Are they entitled to do this...certainly not. But is it really in your best interest to shut them down?
My lame advice, for whatever its worth, is to go ahead and post a monthly blog on what yal are up to, tell some fun development anecdotes, show a few screenshots, all with the caveat that its WIP and subject to change.
While this may sound like a waste of time to you, and given that it does nothing towards development, I can understand why you'd think that. But it is 2 things for you...a bit of marketing....and two, the amount of effort you spend in forums posting on threads just like this probably equals more time than the blog would take you.
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