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RFC - Request For Comments: Visual Programming on Tablet PC

Powware Visual Programming is the world's first environment for creating
software using the Powware Visual Programming Language on the Tablet PC.

Be one of the first in the world to experience visual programming on the
Tablet PC. Download a pre-release version and let us know what you think.

This is a Request For Comments (RFC) to you, the programming community.
Your feedback and input is important.

Download Powware Visual Programming now.

For more information, visit www.powware.com
Jan 19 '06 #1
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Me
1. Mr. No****@powware.com you just created spam!
2. And an RFC is not something that you do to get customer feedback it is
something that represents a standard (http://www.rfc.net/).
3. Fix the spelling/grammer mistakes on your web site. It is not very
professional.

End of my spam on your spam! :-)

"Nospam" <No****@powware.com> wrote in message
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Powware Visual Programming is the world's first environment for creating
software using the Powware Visual Programming Language on the Tablet PC.

Be one of the first in the world to experience visual programming on the
Tablet PC. Download a pre-release version and let us know what you think.

This is a Request For Comments (RFC) to you, the programming community.
Your feedback and input is important.

Download Powware Visual Programming now.

For more information, visit www.powware.com

Jan 19 '06 #2
Thanks guy. We're just trying to make an "appeal for comments", AFC, for this new technology. (Is that better for you, AFC?) We didn't know "rfc.net" had, or could, trademarked RFC. ;-)

We never said it was perfect, but we were expecting more PROFESSIONAL and constructive criticism.

This really is a request for your comments. So, if anyone else would like to comment with constructive criticism, it will be taken seriously to help improve the next release and would be greatly appreciated.

Some defects most likely are obvious, and may already have been addressed in the next release. But we have to start somewhere. We're just trying to get valuable feedback as early in the design cycle as possible.

Thank you for your patience,

:-)
Jan 19 '06 #3

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