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Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
May 7, 2020 at 01:04 PM

 

tightbeam wrote:

> Legitimate,*useful* criticism lubes the gears of progress. A developer who doesn’t welcome that kind of criticism, or who wilts under it, isn’t worth much.
>In Pierre’s case, I believe most of the “criticism” focuses on the steep learning curve of InfoQube - quite legitimate! - and the consequent suggestions to flatten that curve somehow and thus attract new customers

Hi All !

I couldn’t agree more. If you can’t take criticism, software dev. is not for you. Get another job !
And, it may seem like I don’t take these into account, but I do, within (1) the vision of what IQ is and what it should be and (2) the limited time / resources I have.
IQ Outliner is a step in that direction, I hope users will find it useful (and manageable !)

Pierre

 


Posted by Dr Andus
May 7, 2020 at 01:15 PM

 

P.S. I have to say I don’t remember if I’ve ever seen this much hype about an outliner before.

Even kids getting in on the action (though probably under a bit of home schooling parental pressure ;)

https://youtu.be/3taL1v-IKXg

 


Posted by tightbeam
May 7, 2020 at 04:44 PM

 

I think you’ve done an excellent job of handling criticism and of responding to it in a productive manner - namely, IQ Outliner!

Pierre Paul Landry wrote:
tightbeam wrote:
> >> Legitimate,*useful* criticism lubes the gears of progress. A developer
>who doesn’t welcome that kind of criticism, or who wilts under it, isn’t
>worth much.
>>In Pierre’s case, I believe most of the “criticism” focuses on the
>steep learning curve of InfoQube - quite legitimate! - and the
>consequent suggestions to flatten that curve somehow and thus attract
>new customers
> >Hi All !
> >I couldn’t agree more. If you can’t take criticism, software dev. is not
>for you. Get another job !
>And, it may seem like I don’t take these into account, but I do, within
>(1) the vision of what IQ is and what it should be and (2) the limited
>time / resources I have.
>IQ Outliner is a step in that direction, I hope users will find it
>useful (and manageable !)
> >Pierre
>

 


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