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January 20, 2005 / jnolen

JotSpot Beta delayed again

JotSpot has written to tell me that my entry into the Beta program has been postponed until January 24th. I'm still eager to see what they have to offer. Though it contains nothing particularly newsworthy, the full letter is reproduced after the jump, in case anyone is interested.

Dear Jonathan,

My name is Joe Kraus and I’m the CEO/co-founder of JotSpot. I wanted to personally reach out and apologize for the amount of time you’ve been waiting for a beta account. We broke the cardinal rule: Underpromise and overdeliver. Our team has been working hard to make improvements and upgrade infrastructure, but it’s taken longer than we anticipated.

I also wanted to say “thank you” for your interest in JotSpot. My goal is for you to love our service and I want to hear from you (what you like, what you don’t like, etc). NAME REMOVED is heading up our beta program and I encourage you to be in communication with him as well.

Your beta account will be provisioned no later than Monday, January 24.

Thanks again for your interest in JotSpot.


Note, I added the link to Joe Kraus’ blog and removed another name, just in case it wasn’t public.

One Comment

  1. Ludovic Dubost / Jan 21 2005 2:26 pm

    While you are bored waiting for JotSpot, you can try or even download XWiki since it is open-source !
    XWiki is also a commercial offering, but open-source..

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