[Vtigercrm-developers] In defense of Vtiger or Why not to indulge in flaming the Vtiger team
comaggi at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 07:08:50 GMT 2016
Agree 100% with ST Prasad.
On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 8:57 AM, socialboostdk <socialboostdk at gmail.com>
> On 15 September 2016 at 08:50, Alan Lord <alanslists at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 14/09/16 19:53, S T Prasad wrote:
>>> Hello Community,
>>> I am an infrequent participant, but a regular recipient of community
>>> opinion on Vtiger.
>>> As all of us know, Vtiger has to make money out of its business model of
>>> OnDemand and its availability. Doubtless, its a huge effort to satisfy
>>> the needs of paying customers as well as those who wish to go with the
>>> Open Source version.
>>> There are many among'st us, for whom the Vtiger Open Source
>>> availability, provides livelihood. We may crib, we may complain, we may
>>> give vent to or frustration,
>>> many of us make a decent livelihood as Vtiger consultants
>>> spare a thought for those who have made it possible to making what
>>> Vtiger is today.
>>> Our ranting at the Vtiger team, is not going to help them. Maybe there
>>> is a change required in the way, we contribute, and participate in a
>>> more meaningful manner.
>>> Forks happen, shifts to other Open Source CRMs happen, but whats the
>>> mechanism to encourage pickup of the community contributions? Have any
>>> forks or other efforts gained serious traction, or now are has beens in
>>> the bottom of the CRM pile?
>>> Will the community be able to pick the tab on qualifying the suggested
>>> In the same breath, I also sincerely request the Vtiger team, to select
>>> a small group from the community, who they trust, to whom they can
>>> delegate community activity to. A community in true sense is just that.
>>> A commune.
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