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Koken is Alive!

Postby ddegner » Fri 12 Jul 2019, 16:29

NetObjects says they are happy to milk subscriptions out of Koken without investing in bugfixes and features:
viewtopic.php?f=5&p=5348#p5348

This is the worst of all possible ends to Koken. How can we encourage them to either continue working on Koken, or open source it?

There might be a guy Steve Rubenstien who is the last employee at NetObjects. Does anyone have contact info for him, or know who exactly we can petition?

Is there a way we can prove that investing in Koken's upkeep will be worthwhile? A petition, a go-fund-me, I'm open to all ideas. Or is there a way to show that open sourcing it will allow Steve to continue recouping his investment through subscriptions and theme sales?

We have all invested a lot of time getting our websites up, refreshing the content, and more. Lets invest a little time in actively keeping Koken alive.

https://www.reddit.com/r/koken/comments ... ken_alive/
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Re: Koken is Alive!

Postby faustvasea97 » Sat 13 Jul 2019, 09:36

ddegner wrote:NetObjects says they are happy to milk subscriptions out of Koken without investing in bugfixes and features:
viewtopic.php?f=5&p=5348#p5348

This is the worst of all possible ends to Koken. How can we encourage them to either continue working on Koken, or open source it?

There might be a guy Steve Rubenstien who is the last employee at NetObjects. Does anyone have contact info for him, or know who exactly we can petition?

Is there a way we can prove that investing in Koken's upkeep will be worthwhile? A petition, a go-fund-me, I'm open to all ideas. Or is there a way to show that open sourcing it will allow Steve to continue recouping his investment through subscriptions and theme sales?

We have all invested a lot of time getting our websites up, refreshing the content, and more. Lets invest a little time in actively keeping Koken alive.

https://www.reddit.com/r/koken/comments ... ken_alive/



Hi.
Your idea looks good, but unfortunately I don't think this will change something.

I think now, is up to us if we want to stay with koken or no.

BTW, an other idea if interested. My Skype Faust_vasea

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