- — devot:ee (@devot_ee)Fri, Oct 03 2014 20:04:12Timed downloads and pricing changes. http://devot-ee.com/news/item/evolving-devotee-timed-downloads-and-pricing-updates … #eecms
- — Jacob Russell (@jacobrussell)Fri, Oct 03 2014 20:25:03
- — Jeremy Gimbel (@dreadfullyposh)Fri, Oct 03 2014 22:45:35I would prefer update charged locked to versions rather than time, but whatever. Rebill to the client and move on. #eecms
- — Damien Buckley (@damienpbuckley)Fri, Oct 03 2014 21:37:36Sometimes, given some of the attitudes displayed, I don't understand why some #eecms addon devs are in the business at all
- — Michael Witwicki (@michaelwitwicki)Fri, Oct 03 2014 23:24:10With no real roadmap for #eecms, everyone suffers. I've been holding off on rebuilding addons bc if EE3 gets released, that work is wasted.
- — Erik Reagan (@ErikReagan)Fri, Oct 03 2014 23:35:53Related: each time I peer into the #eecms world I'm more affirmed by this decision. http://focuslabllc.com/journal/the-sidecar-that-never-was … #eeconf
Devot-ee Gives Developers Timed Downloads and Updates Pricing
From Devot-ee: "We’re introducing a new “timed download” feature for add-on developers, and are making minimum pricing and percentage changes."