New Project based on Partials: PARTIAL MAGIC

(Jochen Abitz) #1

#Partial Magic
Do it the smart way. With Stacks Partials.

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(Jochen Abitz) #2

RapidWeaver News – Partial Magic Review:

Quick demo video:

(Rob Beattie) #3

Really interesting idea. Looking forward to exploring this one further.

(Jochen Abitz) #4

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(Jochen Abitz) #5

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(Jochen Abitz) #7

German Review:

(Anugyan) #8

What you are proposing doesn’t really make sense when we can all do it ourselves? and theres something a bit squint about it.
BWD stacks are created in the spirit of a contribution on a donation basis. Seems a little underhand to start using them to line your pocket?
Partial sharing… thats a thought !

(Jochen Abitz) #9

Hi Anugyan,

you are right. You can do all by yourself. You can even code an app like RapidWeaver by yourself. And you can code a theme by yourself. And you can use free frameworks to do your stuff… If you can do it, you even don’t need to purchase anything.

(Jannis from inStacks Software) #10

There might even exist people being able to create websites just with an text editor. Unbelievable! :nerd:

(Andrew Tavernor) #11

Just to be clear here, I am quite happy with @jochenabitz and the other template project sellers using my stacks.

The way I view it is that they are not reselling my free stacks but are selling their designs and ideas.

If you think about it, it is no different from a website developer charging their client for making a site when using my free stacks (and plenty of them do that and never donate) .

I know that many people see these templates are profiteering but really we should appreciate the novice users position who I know have found them an invaluable starting point.

Just my opinion…

(Edward Anderson) #12

I can honestly say, based on a recent experience just last week - I would never have discovered BWD stacks had it not been for @jochenabitz. On his advice I downloaded 7 stacks and made a fair contribution based on the average price I have paid for other stacks from other developers over the past 6 months. (seemed fair to me)