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Aindreas Gallagher
Re: 2014, New Year Resolute: FORUM NAME CHANGE
on Jan 8, 2014 at 10:42:38 pm

[Franz Bieberkopf] "The forum generally suffers from a lack of new points of view (ie attracting new participants)."

If you think this place is bad you should try the creative cloud debate forum. There are fifteen of us playing cribbage at the minute. It got terrifically exciting there recently when Oliver Peters and Walter Soyka got going on a CC cancellation thread. We tried to offer them buns and tea, but they were all like "we left something on the stove". It was quite awkward.

The argument for a name change feels itunes or something. The name is probably just the name at this point.
Brand value Bieberkopf, you've got to consider the inherent brand value.

Also, who is actually conducting meta X conversations here is a bit of a question. There was pretty wide ranging stuff on the library recently that feels unlikely to happen in the techniques forum - you could argue that this forum lately belongs as much to an internal dissection and discussion of X as anything else.

And that's quite readable stuff for people who have no intention of putting the time in.

out of all the editing systems, X feels easily the one most likely to deliver a genuine surprise. Apple are capable of anything at this point. he said agnostically.

If, that is, they ever get their ass in gear.
Given they are now basically advertising 4-10,000 dollar hardware with X as the poster boy, you might think they could possibly try another year of seriously accelerated growth. We could get a triangular colour wheel. Anything could happen.

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