So, wow guys. I was very excited that in August OpeWare hit a little over 3 sales per day. I never anticipated actually selling that much. This was just a hobby/learning experience/wife helper thing originally. Actually deploying and selling the apps was just a side benefit. So when we hit 3 apps per day that was very exciting.
September however brought the release of Yarn Inventory based on a user suggestion (thanks again Molly!) In addition... somehow... someway... OpeWare has sold 4 apps per day in September! Four! 120 may not be that astounding of a number but it just feels great. I'm very thankful for every one of my users! I especially love hearing your suggestions and success stories. :)
So, what's coming in October? Well, dunno really. :) I've been in touch with a user over the last few days and we've been discussing some serious ways for all of my apps to talk to each other. For instance, exporting ones Floss Checklist floss lists into a Stitcher's Helper project or shopping list. Same goes for Bead Checklist and Yarn Inventory. Let's see, what else? I'm meeting with an administrator for my counties special education system to see what the current setups look like for special ed. software. I have an idea for what I'd like to do, certainly, but I don't want to write the wrong thing (sort of a big problem for programmers who don't know anything about the field they're writing for). The phrase for this is, "The inmates running the asylum." Also, making very baby steps in my droid game. Still polishing out a few design issues but overall I think I've got a great idea for what I want to do. Execution of the design in the simplest manner is the next step. Did I mention my game is an RPG/simulation in a fantasy setting? :)
So, again, thanks for another great month for OpeWare. Hopefully October is as exciting as September!