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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jan 1, 2017 at 02:15 AM

 

Many of you have already crossed into 2017, the rest of us will be joining you in the next few hours. If you’re like me, you’re glad to see 2016 hit the road, but are apprehensive about what is to come. Regardless, I know I will find a community of smart, and like-minded CRIMPers here. Thank you for all your wisdom and insights from the past year. Best wishes for the days ahead.

Steve Z.

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Jan 1, 2017 at 09:49 PM

 

Thank you Steve, and the rest of the community here.  I’ll second those sentiments.

In 2017 I am looking forward to advancing the cause of CRIMPing with

Curio 11

TheBrain 9—with hopes for a more fully-featured iOS version than what has been on offer to date

Clarity about ConnectedText’s future (is there one?)

OmniOutliner 5

A saner model for subscription software ($25/year for a non-crippled version of Outlinely on iOS is very off-putting, in my opinion)—i.e., subscriptions equate to a stream of actual feature improvements, not just software rental.

Quiver for iOS (finally)

and more?

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jan 3, 2017 at 03:04 PM

 

Paul,

Your list of the things you’re looking forward to in 2017 is almost the exact same as mine. I’ve given up on Quiver, however. (But if they DO come out with an iOS version, that might revive my interest.)

Steve Z.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jan 4, 2017 at 04:56 PM

 

Yes, a very Happy and Successful New Year to everybody on the forum!

I too read Paul’s list with interest. Personally, I’m looking forward to seeing more competitors to FileMaker Pro (now ridiculously overpriced), plus better collaboration software (notetakers/info managers with good search functions that can be shared across multiple platforms).

When I say platforms, I really mean macOS and iOS, but Windows and Linux would be good, too. What I’d like to see developers getting away from is an over-reliance on web-based software! Long live the desktop version of Gingko!

Here’s hoping 2017 is as exciting as 2016 has been. Vive les CRIMPeurs !

Meilleurs voeux from Bill (currently based in Burgundy)

 


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