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Danny Parker | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Jan 18 2010 10:43 PM | Locked

Previous problem of going to the title page  when selecting resources from parallel collections  appears to be fixed.

Really like the ability to select and scroll through different collections of parallel resources.

This parallel capability is tranforming the way I set up my layouts. I now only keep one of each type of resources open, using the parallel capabilty to easily switch resources.  Much more efficient and useful.

Speaking of transformations let me comment about L4 development in general.

I really like this type of "quick cycling" through development to find what works and what users want. Having been a systems' guy in my past life, I understand how difficult it is to get real customer requirements (we really don't know what we want - but can tell you when we see it). Almost invariably, after a long development cycle of determining and producing what customers "want" the customer doesn't like what they ask for.

This new paradym of develop I believe is a superior approach (especially in the long run), While perhaps a bit chaotic, this quick cylce to show potential capability and either discard it or continue to improve on it, makes great sense. A totally different type of paradym for development, but in this age of rapid change it seems superior to me. L4 will ultimately be a radically superior solution (already is) through this new approach to development. While it seems many will are quick to throw stones, all will benefit in the ends. Great job.

 

 

 

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Terry Poperszky | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 19 2010 5:56 AM | Locked

 

Well, this really explains a lot of things you guys have been doing that I was curious about. This is the first time I have participated in this model.

 

 

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Robert Pavich | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 19 2010 6:30 AM | Locked

Bradley Grainger:

Boy...posting that explaination about 6 months ago have stopped a lot of threads in their tracks...  Embarrassed

Robert Pavich

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Bradley Grainger (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 19 2010 7:57 AM | Locked

Bradley Grainger:

We don't totally follow this model: there were no releases for about three years while we developed the initial version. ("Release early, release often" would have called for public alphas--or nightly builds--as soon as it compiled and ran.) And I disagree with the implication that frequently-released software is unpolished and buggy. But we have a lot of missing features to implement, and this frequent release schedule not only shows progress towards accomplishing those goals but definitely provides us with a lot of great feedback. (Implementing features that take more than a week, e.g., Sermon File, may be tricky, but we'll figure it out.)

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Terry Poperszky | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 19 2010 8:01 AM | Locked

Bradley Grainger:
definitely provides us with a lot of great feedback

I would definitely say that you haven't lacked for feedback. Smile

 

 

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Kevin Becker | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 19 2010 8:05 AM | Locked

Terry Poperszky:
I would definitely say that you haven't lacked for feedback. Smile

No kidding! Feedback around he has been deafening, I bet the developers can hear it even when they aren't visiting the forum Smile. Bradley, do you have to wear earplugs to code?

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BillS | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 19 2010 8:34 AM | Locked

Bradley Grainger:

Cool! Even in your development model, you're on the forefront!

One thing, though.... In trying to prounounce RERO, why do I feel like Scooby-Doo?Big Smile

Wink

Thanks so much Bradley & all @logos for all you do for us! I am deeply grateful.

 

Grace & Peace,
Bill


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