Realistic assesment of when update to 2.0 expected?Browser Info Environment
What is the time frame at this point in time? You can always revise if things change on your end of course, but at least give us a clue (and give yourself a target). This way we know, if it's not going to happen any time soon, to look at other possible solutions.
I could be wrong but I don't think the effort is worth it for me at the current time. I could be wrong but I am pretty sure that this is the first email i've received about this package in the last month or two or even in the current year.
I couldn't find any affiliate add-on other than this, and I would guess a good one would be a "big deal". The shopping cart tracking also is valuable, IMHO, to anyone serious about E-Commerce.
Anyway, at least now you've made it clear so that any other developers who might consider developing something like this knows. Hey, it's wide open... no competition in the C5 space.
We have a different but fully-featured affiliate package we've developed, but it's not quite ready for marketplace yet.
If you want to be notified, please let me know at [email protected]
My total sales for this:
eCommerce Affiliate and Shopping Cart Tracking 20 $337.50
So yeah.. I totally get the value in the add-on and the idea behind it.. but for the sales volume and perpetual support requirements it really isn't worth it.
I'd be more than happy to write an add-on built on top of this feature set for anyone else absolutely specific to their requirements for their particular use case with additional cart tracking and whatever anyone else could possibly dream up.. at my hourly rate.
A lot of really complex add-ons (not that this one is) are somewhat financed by someone that asks a developer to create an add-on and gets a reduced hourly rate in exchange for re-sale rights.. then that's a different story. You still end up buying something that was intended more or less for someone else's ecommerce requirements and you spend a fortune wrestling it into your needs.
But something like this should really cost almost as much as the ecommerce license itself, and with their being an eventually free lite version you can maybe see where I am coming from,
Also writing an add-on dependent on another add-on I think really limits your market of potential customers and I had secretly hoped that ecommerce itself would take on some of this as part of its core.
Franz if you are reading this and you'd like for me to work on integrating some of these features into ecommerce itself you have my phone # and email address :)
And of course over time I believe it's going to get better and better (as a result of Concrete5 as a whole gaining more and more popularity).