• Brian HintonBrian Hinton, over 3 years ago

    Check for email updates? They sent out an email a couple of weeks ago explaining the delay. They were expecting far fewer initial invites to access. The plan was for all early access requests to be fulfilled by end of January. Access requests were double the expected volume. I'd personally prefer a staggered, and delayed release over one that results in lag, and crashes due to unexpected high volume.

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    • Juan J. RamirezJuan J. Ramirez, over 3 years ago

      Dude. Don't drink the kool-aid... That was a lame excuse. If they did get twice as many access requests, then they should have already delivered half of the access requests by the end of January...and nobody will be here wondering about it.

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      • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, over 3 years ago

        I appreciate your passion. But I can empathize with their struggles, and considering that it's a free service I can be understanding of the delay. To me the longterm result is what matters. Having firsthand experience with releasing software I can understand that delays happen when hiccups occur. I appreciate your comment to my opinion.

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    • David ThornDavid Thorn, over 3 years ago

      At least you got an email explaining the delay...

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      • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, over 3 years ago

        And really at the end of the day...it doesn't impact me. I don't rely on the release of a tool for my work. This will end up being something I test out on a dummy project. If it has merit I'll consider the team using it.

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