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Posted by Robert Luke
Nov 25, 2018 at 11:40 AM

 

Per Eduardo:

http://connectedtext.com/forum/index.php/topic,3514.0.html

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Nov 25, 2018 at 02:57 PM

 

That is excellent news.  Thank you for posting this.

Even if all Eduardo intends to do (it seems) is modernize the underlying technology, move away from his proprietary data management routines, and fix critical bugs, that would be enough.  At least it keeps CT viable for longer, which in a feature-rich (and one could argue, feature-complete) product is the best thing to hope for.

 


Posted by tightbeam
Nov 25, 2018 at 03:13 PM

 

After his long silence, he has a ways to go (and a lot of code to write) before he earns back the trust of his customers, potential or otherwise.

 


Posted by Dr Andus
Nov 25, 2018 at 05:20 PM

 

tightbeam wrote:
>After his long silence, he has a ways to go (and a lot of code to write)
>before he earns back the trust of his customers, potential or otherwise.

I have a different perspective on this. In my various interactions with Eduardo I found him to be a very generous person, and when he had the time to be developing CT, he was incredibly receptive to customers’ suggestions, and it shows in the quality of the product.

His generosity also extends to the pricing of his product, which is an amazing value considering what ConnectedText can deliver.

He certainly hasn’t lost my trust. I can fully appreciate how hard it is to run one’s own business, and if it’s a labour of love, as CT seems to be, I also understand that sometimes a developer’s work can be disrupted by all kinds of personal and professional reasons.

On my part I consider Eduardo a genius, as it is reflected in the unique and innovative nature of CT, and I consider myself lucky that I came across his software and it has made a huge contribution to my work in many respects.

So I couldn’t be more delighted that Eduardo is back and ready to dedicate some of his time to CT again.

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Nov 25, 2018 at 05:30 PM

 

I feel the same way as Dr Andus.

Dr Andus wrote:
tightbeam wrote:
>>After his long silence, he has a ways to go (and a lot of code to
>write)
>>before he earns back the trust of his customers, potential or
>otherwise.
> >I have a different perspective on this. In my various interactions with
>Eduardo I found him to be a very generous person, and when he had the
>time to be developing CT, he was incredibly receptive to customers’
>suggestions, and it shows in the quality of the product.
> >His generosity also extends to the pricing of his product, which is an
>amazing value considering what ConnectedText can deliver.
> >He certainly hasn’t lost my trust. I can fully appreciate how hard it is
>to run one’s own business, and if it’s a labour of love, as CT seems to
>be, I also understand that sometimes a developer’s work can be disrupted
>by all kinds of personal and professional reasons.
> >On my part I consider Eduardo a genius, as it is reflected in the unique
>and innovative nature of CT, and I consider myself lucky that I came
>across his software and it has made a huge contribution to my work in
>many respects.
> >So I couldn’t be more delighted that Eduardo is back and ready to
>dedicate some of his time to CT again.
>

 


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