[openbeos] Re: Feedback from Users

  • From: David McPaul <dmcpaul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 18:17:24 +1000

>Nathan Whitehorn wrote:
>> Of course, it's an even better idea to let them know aht they've
>> done right, as I said in an earlier e-mail. I've gone *years*
>> without hearing any feedback on several of my programs, despite
>> the fact that quite a number of people use them. And that, more
>> than anything else, is extremely discouraging.
>Or it could mean something else - bug free programs!  Still, it's
>nice to hear from people using your software.  Or even from
>people not using it (currently I get a fair bit of interest
>on BeShare in getting my spam detector finished, which makes
>me more enthusiastic about working on it).  But part of that
>is speaking up so that people using your software know that
>you're around.  Though that's not a concern with you, Nathan :-).

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