In reply to Where is everyone?
I just love posts like this. Individuals who have only recently professed a huge discord with the intentions of Boonex concerning real names and how they will throw it all in the garbage should it arise, are now starting posts that basically demanding that Boonex give them updates.

Guess what? They don't have to give you an update. They don't have to advise you when they take a day off. They don't even have to advise you that they are intending to put out a new version. Why? Because it's see more their company and their rights to do this.

Perhaps, had people show a little more integrity in regards to the Full Name issue and not jumped on the Bash Boonex Bandwagon that was fraught with misconceptions and misunderstandings then maybe Boonex would update you on these things. Pesonally, I'd of probably deleted the accounts of those who chose to bash them so harshly. Especially those who have not paid for licenses (Not directing this at any one person specifically but rather all those running free licenses [including the ad-free free licenses] and never made a single contribution to Boonex).

But I guess I'm a different breed. Of course, I'd also expect a Psychic to know these things before the rest of us to!
And we "don't" have to give them our money either.
I would be quite upset if i paid for dolphin and had to go months before i actually got a working site. I was very close to investing alot of money into their software before i seen all the beta versions, and what seems like a lack of any real support and professionalism. The bottom line is this is a business, not just some casual software. Just like you state it is their right to update or not, the same can be said in reverse. It is our right to decide if we want to invest in said software or see more not as well. The whole purpose for businesses to release trial sosftware, or in boonexes case a free license is for people to try it out. Then people can make a conscious decision if they want to purchase the full software or not. This is not something that boonex has came up with, but rather the standard when talking about software. I'm sure boonex understood by allowing people a trial of sorts they knew what they were getting themselves into, and not everyone will want to purchase the add free version. But to think they would delete accounts of people that aren't happy with the way things are going here is a bit harsh to say the least.
The bottom line is just because you paid money for a add free version of dolphin gives you no more right then someone that hasnt paid a dime, and is just trying out their software imo.
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