Andrew Boon
Thank you for your input! When I think about what makes Facebook popular the main thing that comes to mind is their approach of building simple yet working tools. We need to strip all the clutter from Dolphin and improve social interaction components to let you, our clients, build sites on top of bare bones, instead of re-tweaking a magnitude of existing features. It also needs to be cheaper to maintain (less server load).

I strongly believe that, like you said, success doesn't depend on the see more script much, though. Marketing and execution is what matters. Twitter for example had numerous technical issues for years and it's still a hugely popular service.
nikoma
I agree again, Andrew! I said it before (I know its a stupid thing to say), but Dolphin needs to engage members more in a social way. Yes, I like the advanced features of Dolphin because I spend a lot of time using them, but many just want to interact with other human beings around simple, yet powerful tools. Facebook does that good and we need to replicate the human engaging modules into Dolphin.

The Script doesn't really matter - people just want to interact with other people. Scor.dk - a major see more player on the Danish Market, initially began as a advertising space with a poor script similar to Ads in Dolphin and evolved from there. Now there everywhere in Europe buying sites and implementing their own developed software.

I want to do that with Dolphin as well. All we need is simple people dependent modules:-)
 
 
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