So quiet

October 11, 2006

I know we’ve been quiet. It’s as if we haven’t been doing a whole lot. Well, that’s only partly true.

We’ve been working with another startup that’s going to be announcing itself real soon, something completely unrelated to project hosting. We’ve also had a continual stream of consulting projects coming through (which has been a great use for DevjaVu!), including the site for the Netflix Prize.

So besides giving out invites and dealing with some light support issues, I hate to say it, but we haven’t been getting many new features integrated. Though we’re still getting a lot of interest. Lots from schools, including MIT, lots from small development companies, some startups. I think we even have a Trac developer using DevjaVu. There’s also several game development projects, which I love.

What should you be looking forward to in the near future? Well we’re behind on some important things, like exporting your repository data and more intuitive user management. Importing repository and ticket data from other systems is also a priority. And those are still part of the free account feature set. We’ll be announcing the pricing structure for the premium plans soon as well.

As much as I’d like to promise dates for features, I’d hate to break them because of other obligations. That’s just the price we pay for starting up this way. That’s okay, though, right? You still love us don’t you?

How many of you are going to be ninjas for Halloween?

-Jeff

One Response to “So quiet”

  1. Michael Says:

    Wow, MIT? That is awesome! My dream school :) Congrads on your success…looking forward to updates!


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