Last week we launched a new version of the trip planner. On the surface, it doesn’t look much different from the previous version, but â€œunder the hoodâ€* it has changed significantly. Moving forward, it should be easier for us to add new features and fix any issues that come up (and issues are sure to come up, as you may have noticed already).ir-leasing.ru
We’d love to hear your feedback on any aspect of the trip planner–what features we should add, what doesn’t work for you, etc. Please keep in mind though that the trip planner is a complicated beast and we have very limited resources with which to make improvements.http://rpk-tramplin.ru
That brings me to the next topic, which is byCycle’s financial status. Since the start of the year, we have only generated $151.60 in revenue. At this rate, byCycle is not going to be â€œin businessâ€ much longer. We are looking into ways to remedy this situation. In the meantime, we could sure use some community support.
Please consider making a donation or buying something from our online store.
In the next edition (coming soon), I’m going to write about the latest developments in our relationship with Metro**–stay tuned!
* Ironic, I know. I would like to say â€œunder the [part of the bike that contains all the complicated and mysterious machinery]â€ but most everything on a bike is out in the open or available for relatively easy inspection.
** Metro is the Portland area’s regional government.