Your message pretty much encapsulates, for me, the dark and dangerous side of the RW ecosystem.
Let me give my perspective on what you seem to be saying:
Nimblehost Armadillo… I think that is dying? No new updates or features.I really don’t know is there real support anymore? I use this all of my sites.
If you use it on all your sites - what support could you need? What do you expect from the developer here? You paid what… $30 or something for Armadillo, have used it on a number of sites and now, because you haven’t noticed any updates for a while, you are upset and publicly post about the product ‘dying’.
Doobox, no answer in support. (contact Form)
You don’t say how long you waited. Again, these stacks are sold at a few $$ each and then we seem to expect the developer to be jumping to attention when you ( and it almost certainly WILL be you ) have a problem and expect “support”.
This Is pretty sad, because I have pay for products and there is no any support.
What ‘support’ do you think your $7.99 entitles you to? How much time do you think your $30 or $7.99 would buy you in any other website building community based on paid for add-ons? I pretty much guarantee that the “support” you are asking about is not going to be about the stack or add-on being defective. It is almost certainly going to be about digging you out of a hole you put yourself in but lack the knowledge to get out of. Yeah sure, from time to time, you can call me wrong… but for the vast majority of the time my point stands.
Stop and think about how much “support” you think your few dollars would buy you anywhere else before posting about somebody’s product “dying”. Its that kind of entitled attitude to “support” that will drive up the cost of add-ons and stacks in order for devs to drop everything to tell you how to configure your host or untangle your pages.
Here come the dislikes, here come the flames…fine…fine … but stop and look at it from the devs perspective for a minute. Whats so wrong with asking for assistance here in the meantime?