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I am a web developer living in Charlotte and working at an awesome company called Skookum where I get to work with some cool and very smart people.
Thanks for the review. Check out the video, it works for real, it just uses the Stripe test API so people can demo it.
Thanx for the review. And another thanx for the update. But probably it's good that people expect more from my project :)
As for cheating, I wouldn't worry much, since Letterpress is using their one-of-the-kind dictionary and there always be discrepancies. And game itself is more about strategy than just putting letters together. :)
Thanks for voting
Unless you admit that your vote is biased / retaliatory, would you mind an explanation since you are so clearly off the curve?
I voted on your entry and was a bit harsh. It was literally my first vote so I didn't know what to expect. I'd been meaning to update it since it was way off the curve.
I actually just voted on this from random apps the site was giving me, had no idea it was from someone who had voted for my app so definitely not retaliatory. My issue was this was one of many chat room apps I've seen using the voice features coming around in browsers. I like this one the best of the ones I've seen, but its still just a chat app. With google hangout and many other options out there, it's a tough market to find space. I'll look at the scores I gave you and adjust some to match the "curve."
Oh. but we are currently using idonethis.com for our Startup. The site is not impress us. So we want to build our own weekly status site. That's why we built SimplyDone.
I've added a more relevant video demo now since the twitter auth has mysteriously broken on nodejitsu's servers.
Basically, it's only prototype and unfortunately it contains bug which causes that pages other then map cannot show data from DB...
Thanks for the vote. Where I want to go with this is to make it a purely web-based installer for apps. I didn't have enough time to go beyond basic deploy in the contest.
So if someone publishes an app on Github, it can be installed & configured 100% through the web. Imagine something like WordPress (but runs on a PaaS) - set up your own instance and configure it without any CLI whatsoever.
Oh ok, something like Wordpress would be perfect.