Will Moi3D continue to be a pet project? Closed

 From:  ed (EDDYF)
I think the point Olio is making is that for a one-man software developer, as the software grows in complexity, development slows down.

Every change requires testing, documentation, and responses to the forum. All takes time away from core development.

Every company that launches a product is trying to meet a window of opportunity where the product fills a need that no competitors can match. But successful products invite competition. The challenge is maintaining your lead and keeping customers from jumping ship.

I'm facing the same issue with my one-man company. I work 16 hour days and have more ideas than time. I can't grow any further without adding people.

Michael is doing a great job and hopefully he'll grow to a point where he can add resources.