Your parents should be really ashamed!

Your parents should be really ashamed!

Postby petera » Wed Feb 02, 2011 11:49 pm

Hello,

I think you've made a really shitty move on the community. You say you want to become a great software company and that you want to make a successful business model for Reflector. Well, guess what? You are doing the exact opposite. This will give you shit storms of bad publicity. If you can't make it the success you expect it to be, I suggest you just hand it over to the open source community at CodePlex. I'm sure there'll be people out there more competent than you guys to drive this forward in a manner that doesn't back stab the developers.

I just want to remind you of this quote:

"Our commitment is to maintain an amazing free tool that will continue to benefit the community while seeking input from users on ways to make .NET Reflector even more valuable."

Well, you have failed at that commitment. Big time.

Your parents should feel really ashamed of your actions and for not giving you a higher sense of morale and making you men of your words.

I really don't hope for your guys sake that Anonymous picks this up.
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Re: Your parents should be really ashamed!

Postby JDelekto » Sun Feb 06, 2011 2:49 am

petera wrote:Hello,

I think you've made a really shitty move on the community. You say you want to become a great software company and that you want to make a successful business model for Reflector. Well, guess what? You are doing the exact opposite. This will give you shit storms of bad publicity. If you can't make it the success you expect it to be, I suggest you just hand it over to the open source community at CodePlex. I'm sure there'll be people out there more competent than you guys to drive this forward in a manner that doesn't back stab the developers.

I just want to remind you of this quote:

"Our commitment is to maintain an amazing free tool that will continue to benefit the community while seeking input from users on ways to make .NET Reflector even more valuable."

Well, you have failed at that commitment. Big time.

Your parents should feel really ashamed of your actions and for not giving you a higher sense of morale and making you men of your words.

I really don't hope for your guys sake that Anonymous picks this up.


Nowhere in that quote is it said that they are committed to providing any user a 'free' version of their acquired product. I think that their commitment of maintaining an "amazing free tool" is quite adequate and just because they have acquire a free tool, maintained it and supplied it to others for no cost initially does not violate their commitment.

I can personally vouch that they have maintained and improved the tool since its acquisition.

There is nothing for them to be ashamed about.

Cheers.
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