• Chus MargalloChus Margallo, over 7 years ago

    To produce a poor MVP is not a reason to be extremely happy either... Specially if we consider how much they are charging, what they are promising and what they've delivered so far...

    If they want to experiment they shouldn't charge for it, or sell it as a finished product...

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    • Andy ChipperfieldAndy Chipperfield, over 7 years ago (edited over 7 years ago )

      Absolutely; as I said, I'm talking from an outsiders point of view with no vested interest. This may be a different one to yours

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      • Chus MargalloChus Margallo, over 7 years ago

        I don't have any connection with "the grid" either, I don't know why you assume that...

        Anyway I just don't understand the reason you are "excited" about it. There are plenty of good options out there that aren't a scam... (Just a few examples: Semplice, Squarespace, cargocollective, any good WP theme...)

        But hey if you are so excited about it spend some money on it and let us know how it evolves :)

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    • Ali StoneAli Stone, over 7 years ago

      An MVP would usually indicate something that would be viable in the market (in order to achieve a level of success). I would argue that this is not an MVP it's a rushed release or even worse someone's idea that had no basis in reality in the first place (AKA a lie).

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