What is the relevance of being an MVP?
This question might seem provocative, but it is not meant that way of course.
When an issue is answered by an MVP, with the remark that it is transfered to the develloppers of Acronis and/or that it is appended to the whishlist, how can we keep track on the status of this issue? When will it be picked up, is there a kind of timetable so that users know when to expect corrections or improvements. A sort of accountability or progress report to the users, who have paid for the product to be as expected.
So, adressing an issue with the title MVP creates the assumption of "weight", that something is going to happen. But I never -until now- found a follow up. And that is a pity, and a waste of energy.
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> how can we keep track on the status of this issue? When will it be picked up, is there a kind of timetable so that users know when to expect corrections or improvements.
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Thanks for clarifying, and for your commitment and willingness to the users community. I really just tried to get an impression how things are going, especially in the ATI for Mac users community. Someone else explained me already that this users community is very small, and -my own impression- not so active. So bottom line the best approach to find help is to contact productsupport, I think. Which I already have done several times.
Have a nice day.