Agreed. Blurb lacks detail of product.
It doesn't matter whether it's open-source or not. If you are selling this product and you want to market it perhaps a more descriptive blurb would educate your prospective customers as to why your product is better than any other.
Sure it's probably listed on your web site but people shouldn't have to go there to read it. Make it easy for them to get the information they need so they will be more apt to buy your product.
I went to the web site and the product does look very nice.
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Re: Content ... the one thing that the blurb lacks
Had a bad day?
How is "enables anybody" including non-technical users as opposed to "limited to technically skilled HTML programmers only" sales blurb?
How do you suggest describing a "web content editor" without using the word "content"?
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> You know that a blurb is going to be
> useless in describing a product when it
> contains phrases like "enables
> [you] to..." and zero-content words
> like "content".
> I wondered about the press-releasy blurb
> and then scrolled down to the details...
> The "license" field explained
Content ... the one thing that the blurb lacks
You know that a blurb is going to be useless in describing a product when it contains phrases like "enables [you] to..." and zero-content words like "content".
I wondered about the press-releasy blurb and then scrolled down to the details... The "license" field explained everything.
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.