[Seaside] Re: call for testimonials

Leo De Marco leo at smalltalking.net
Tue Jan 18 03:22:32 CET 2005

Congratulations German!

I really like the idea of Promoter and (of course) using Seaside for it.

I have an small app using SeaSide, GOODS, Comanche and a framework of graphs (PlotMorph) that I used for a Practice exam at the university. I have no hosting the app because it was only for the project, so, if someone want de code, I can posted to you.

I can't remember If Stephan Ducasse talk about opening a page for testimonials, if this is true I can posted to this page....

Leo De Marco

======= At 2005-01-15, 09:42:15 you wrote: =======

>Well, my first complete Seaside project is Promoter 
>Promoter is a simple search engines adder actually in the last stages of 
>development. The main functions work all ok, but yet I must implement some 
>My main goal developing Promoter was to make the essay of develop a user 
>application to commercialize by the shareware system (or similar) making all 
>the steps to bring a Squeak app to the final users. That means, a worthily 
>method to upgrade de software by internet, a easy way (for registered users) 
>to upgrade the search engines supported, an automated (for the developer, of 
>course) method to shrink the image, a proof of concept of use a desktop app 
>with a browser ui (I've noticed a few days ago that Google also use this 
>sort of app in http://desktop.google.com/ ) and, in sum, all the details 
>inherents to sell a sort of packaged app to final users in Squeak.
>By the nature of Squeak,  the purchaser will have the source code, then I 
>will be calm with my working morale, but at the same time I will try to earn 
>some money, because I need to pay the bills (If I sell an acceptable amount, 
>I plan to make some donations to Seaside authors and the anothers authors of 
>packages I use that are requesting donations).
>Finally, I must yet to define a lot of details, by example the scope of 
>shareware version (may be not the last version, and not upgrades) and others 
>It's all for now, don't doubt in ask me for any question.
>"German Arduino" <gsa at softhome.net> escribió en el mensaje 
>news:crmh0q$4ho$1 at sea.gmane.org...
>> when I will be back (16/01) I will be glad of write about my work with 
>> Seaside.
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>Seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org

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Leo De Marco
leo at smalltalking.net

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