Developers' Blog

We’re wrapping up work on our next update to MYStuff. It has a few new features based on user requests, and a couple bugfixes in there as well. (And yes, the bug that occurs sometimes when moving a Record from one Category to another is fixed in this release.)

One of the most important things will be the inclusion of built-in bug submission and error reporting, which will speed up our ability to identify and squash bugs. This also means we will be taking down the user forums, since no one really used them much anyway. And while we’re at it, we’ll be doing some spring cleaning and freshening up the website.

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Coming up with a name for a software application is pretty daunting task. Well, let me rephrase that: coming up with a good name is a daunting task. Bad names are easy. Good names are few and far between.

So as we’ve been putting the spec together for our next app and putting together interface mockups, we’ve been throwing names around. A lot of really bad names, with some so-so ones thrown in occasionally.

Yesterday came a bolt from the blue. We looked it up, and no one was using it, or anything close to it. (Although like most names, especially short ones, the domain name was taken.) So now that the hard part is out of the way, we can get busy coding. Well, as soon as we finish the spec, which should be done within the next week.

Oh, did I forget to mention what the name is?

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