Back to the roots, please!!!
Dear photopost team,
sorry for my bad English, but i hope you can read my posting and may be can understand, what i mean with my following ideas or conclusions.
We have some licences all over the products of photopst: photopost pro, vbgallery, review, classified..., what ever. So we know your products since 4 years.
Our main site is a professionell site and we need it and the photopost products help us to earn money. So we bought and buy professionell products, that can help us to do our business a little easier.
So what did happen?
Lets talk first about photopost pro, not vbgallery. We are using vbulletin since 2004, not the 4 release, but the latest stable 3.8x. And that will be for the next months, may be years.
Everyone who uses vb 3.x don`t need photopost pro, because after years of developing this fantastic gallery is not usable with any vbulletin stuff,
sorry. You cannot change the style, you cannot integrate any hacks or mods. And and and...
As a standalone gallery it`s not bad, but really, there are other solutions that are better than photopost in a standalone release.
For vbulletin owners is vbgallery the first choice. It was and it could be integrated in vbulletin as no other gallery. So why not doing this? Why not doing this after testing new releases before the first announcent? Your support is great! I have to say this: Chuck is available and competent all the time. Luciano ist a great Supporter.
But the new releases, sorry, are pure and without any proovement in heavy live envirements.
So what can we do to support and help you? We have a German photocommunity with nearly 70.000 registered members and we need a stable solution für gallery and adds on this.
I don`t know if you sell more vbgallery licences or photopost pro licences. For us it is important, that you have one eye on vbgallery for vbulletin!:-)
Just my two cents...
Have a nice and wonderful christmas and a good and healthy new year 2011 with some fantastic releases to vbgallery 2011!:-)
Last edited by klaush; December 17th, 2010 at 10:34 AM.