Il ne faut pas croire tout ce qu’on lit


Malheureusement, je ne peux pas en dire beaucoup - en fait pratiquement rien - pour le moment, mais si j'étais vous, je ne prèterais pas trop d'attention à ces deux billets ici et .


En passant en à peine un an de zéro à plus de cinquante services et applications, forcément, arive un moment ou il y a besoin d'opérer des recadrages, des gestions de priorités voire des changements d'orientation et de positionnement. Il ne faut pas oublier que la plupart des services Live sont encore en stade de Bêta voire de pré-Bêta pour certains.


Un peu de patience, les surprises devraient être plutôt bonnes 🙂

Comments (5)
  1. Chris Overd says:

    Christophe, my post was not meant to say that nothing good will be coming from Windows Live, more that the reorganisation will have some effect on what products we see.

    For sure the pre-beta products are good (some are great), but as you say, patience is needed.

  2. CLaueR says:

    So, we do agree but we have different ways to present thigs 😉

    I also do think that reorgs will have effect on the products, I think that’s the primary goal of a reorg 😉

    Regards.

  3. Chris Overd says:

    Hehe.

    Agreed, but why nobody from Microsoft talks about the reorg is a mystery. The search product has been demoed publicly, so if you stop developing it somebody should be telling people. That’s what a team blog is for, yes?

  4. CLaueR says:

    My turn to agree. If this information of product cancelation is confirmed – which is not the case as of today – I agree that someone has to tell the world. That’s a role that Scoble used to play, but since he left, I agree that it shall be someone from the product group.

    Well, as of today, it’s only a rumor, not?

  5. Chris Overd says:

    Its only ever a "rumour" until its posted on the teamblog or Microsoft confirms it, which gives us a big circle to go around in!

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