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TOPIC: Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development

Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 3 years 5 months ago #6760

  • TimMayle
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Hello Claire,
Happy New Year :)

Quick short question 1: Would, reintroducing a yearly fee, help getting more frequent updates and features?
QSQ2: Would you mind sharing a bit of roadmap of what is and will be going on TR in next months?

Thanks ! :)
Tim
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 3 years 4 months ago #6766

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Dear DerSam24
Regarding your suggestion:
Better marketing would certainly be an advantage, as an online marketing expert I would even give you some free tips and analysis on how you can make significantly more sales to keep one of my favorite programs alive.

Now that the holidays are over, it will be great if you could share your free tips and analysis.
Regarding the roadmap, this is what I have in mind:
1. At the moment, user cannot use the email function and thus the team functionality if behind a proxy. Would like to find a solution
2. Goals report
3. API with Google calendar
4. Fix export issue
We might try to issue a full new version and charge for it. Existing users will get a large discount.

Let me know if other ideas. Thank you.
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 3 years 4 months ago #6767

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Google calendar integration would be great.
"existing users will get a large discount" ... give me a tick box to allow me to pay the full amount, or add the donate button.

Thanks.
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 3 years 4 months ago #6768

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You don't have to force an annual fee on everyone or develop the infrastructure to support an annual fee.

You could instead:
- Sign up with an on-line payment service and post a link on your web-site
- Publish a bank account for us to send donations
- Publish a mailing address for us to send donations

There are a lot of us who want to give you money, but don't want to have to remember to come back to the web site every month and buy another license.

Give us a little help.
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 3 years 4 months ago #6769

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I agree.
A table showing the status of function funding could be also a good way to motivate people.
FeatureTargetStatus
Wyswyg editor2'00055%
Function 250098%

We could even vote for which features we'd like most to be added.

Tim
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Suggestion: Yearly fees to support TR development 3 years 2 months ago #6770

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TimMayle wrote:
Freeing code in OpenSource would allow more people to extend features and have more frequent updates.

+1
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