View Full Version : Is thinBasic frequent update strategy good for you?

22-04-2007, 12:44
Yes, sometimes we ask ourself if our update method is good or not.

Is it better to have an update every 6 months or every 6 days? Is our strategy good or not for you?

We think it is good because we are new in this field, because we do not develop for money right now and because so we do not think to be in competition with anyother. So having a frequent update is ok.

But frequent updates can give bad impressions: not stable software, not reliable, ...
and if frequent update will not be maintained on a long run, it will give the impression we are in some way stopping development of thinBasic.

What do you think?

22-04-2007, 12:48
I am happy with current update situation.
a) we get to see latest features sooner :)
b) bugs found by users can be more quickly identified and sorted :)


Michael Hartlef
22-04-2007, 16:02
I like it the way it is but would also not be mad if you would like to change it. Do what you think is the best for TB and for yourself too.

22-04-2007, 22:43
Frequent updates are great, the one thing is the link to the update information should also have a link to the download of the latest update. It takes too many clicks to find the latest download.

So my Vote, frequent updates, quick linked download :) AND THANKS!!

22-04-2007, 23:31

fast link added to the left of the forum under Download menu.
Thanks for suggesting it.


23-04-2007, 11:28
That is great, quick and easy access to the cool updates!!

Petr Schreiber
23-04-2007, 19:29
That was good idea,

thanks !