The tables are turned around on Adobe —by Jive Software

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May 06, 2009 May 06, 2009

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Those of us who have been frustrated over time by the unresponsiveness of the Adobe bureaucracy in dealing with our feature requests are now witnesses to the ironic spectacle of Adobe being treated the same way by the Jive people:

http://www.jivesoftware.com/jivespace/thread/38964

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LEGEND , May 06, 2009 May 06, 2009
As I speculated earlier, the selection process was flawed.If we'd selected suppliers like that in the aerospace industry, aircraft would have been falling out of the skies.

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LEGEND ,
May 06, 2009 May 06, 2009

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As I speculated earlier, the selection process was flawed.

If we'd selected suppliers like that in the aerospace industry, aircraft would have been falling out of the skies.

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Enthusiast ,
May 06, 2009 May 06, 2009

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Ramón G Castañeda wrote:

Those of us who have been frustrated over time by the unresponsiveness of the Adobe bureaucracy in dealing with our feature requests are now witnesses to the ironic spectacle of Adobe being treated the same way by the Jive people:

http://www.jivesoftware.com/jivespace/thread/38964

That is, indeed, interesting.  By poking around a bit I conclude that the individual is none other than a certain John C.

It's also interesting to see that the destination page of your link has variable width.

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Advisor ,
May 06, 2009 May 06, 2009

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I disagree. Notification of requests with identifiable IDs and identified bug reports with IDs seems quite responsive. Where such items appear in the priorities may not be available to us.

Somewhat more responsive than in here, but MUCH more responsive than Adobe's Feature request/Bug report for their products (in my experience, anyway).

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Engaged ,
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Yeah, actually having watched bug reports disappear into the unfathomed depths of the Adobe bug reporter never to be seen again, having a guy immediately write back telling you it's a duplicate and where you can track it seems quite responsive!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 07, 2009 May 07, 2009

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Now we know that, above the titles User and Participant, the title corresponding to the Sergeant stripes is Intermediate.

It remains to be seen whether:

The 4 stripes title is Excessive,

The 5 stripes title is Foraholic.

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