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Like most developers work hard on the basis that some day one of their apps will beat Angry Birds and bring in the millions. Similarly a hard working blog like ours attempts to be the likes of hundred thousand followers.
We have not taken any advertising as yet, there are the occasional Google AD that might show up on the page, but that brings in no revenue. Writing does consume a fair amount of time, time that you benefit from now or in the future when you chance by this site from some search. We have had our prejudice and share of tiffs with framework developers, etc. We have had our own opinions and strong opinions on certain topics. We did not take down the site or all the articles relating to a particular framework because we did not agree with some of their work policies or simple did not work with them anymore.

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  1. I'd comment more if you took out the captcha. Why have that when you review the comments anyway?

  2. While you have a valid point, it helps with reducing a lot of spam.

  3. Captchas put the effort on the user end. Your review of comments put the effort at your end. Since you are doing the latter either way, why force users to make extra efforts?

    It prevents much more feedback than the spam you fear - including mine. Just have one or the other, not both. Too much hassle and you will never get the feedback you want.

    You have set up a feedback environment that is hostile to users - too bad too. Unless this changes this is my last post.

  4. thank you for that suggestion, removed the captcha and hopefully that should make it easy for you and others to post their thoughts, we wouldn't like to see you go and hope that this step brings in more comments and not just spam or ranting.


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