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Old 15 September 2015, 17:45   #1
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Hi. I would like to ask why forum on apollo-core.com site is empty ? What is going on ?
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Old 15 September 2015, 19:10   #2
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It's been like it for a while, it's starting to look like another dead project that won't be finished.
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Old 15 September 2015, 20:38   #3
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It's been said that work continues on IRC chat, however if the Apollo team cared at all what their potential customers thought, they would have made an official announcement about the forum.
- Like it or not a certain type of contract is entered into when you promote a piece of hardware directly to potential customers, it's been hyped a little and so my opinion we the potential customers deserve an official response of some kind.

Vacuums have a way of being filled with rumors and it's only good business sense to keep your customers informed of such things.
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Old 15 September 2015, 20:40   #4
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[QUOTE=Adrian Browne;1041452]It's been said that work continues on IRC chat, however if the Apollo team cared at all what their potential customers thought, they would have made an official announcement about the forum.
- Like it or not a certain type of contract is entered into when you promote a piece of hardware directly to potential customers, it's been hyped a little and so my opinion we the potential customers deserve an official response of some kind.

Vacuums have a way of being filled with rumors and it's only good business sense to keep your customers informed of such things.
I'm not personally concerned as Iv'e been playing a wait and see game since the Natami debacle.
So imo yes, it makes sense for the apollo guys to clear this up.
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Old 16 September 2015, 08:51   #5
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The project is alive better than ever, only the forum crashed.
BigGun is the mainteiner, but he has no time to restore it, he is working in Munich, far from his house.
When he returns home, it is better that he spends the time with the family (and improving the apollo core ...)

We moved on IRC, there you can find all the news you need.
server= irc.freenode.net
channel #apollo-team
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