I hope not. This is a brilliant, simple to use CMS. But like all non funded projects, development relies on the free generosity of of a handful of individuals. But free does not pay the bills. Free slows down development.
I am a website designer I normally charge my customers £55 per year for hosting and domain name giving me a small profit. With GPeasy I am able to charge a total of £100 per year. My clients love the simplicity of it. I white label it to myself. Gpeasy enables me to offer my clients a simple fully featured cms which makes me more money.
For website designers the core of this system is the simplicity client side. At its simplest they can just go to the page they want to edit and do so as they see it, not having to go to an editing page that looks nothing like their webpage.
The life juice for GPeasy is plugins. The core plugin is and will probably always be ,simple blog. Simple blog needs to be the developed into best blog system possible with full flexibility and options and renamed Super Blog
How about say a minimum charge of £100 per year membership for website designers and perhaps a one off payment of £50 per white label download. I would be paying gpeasy around £1600 per year for that alone. And may I add, be happy to.
Allow plugin developers sell their plugins with a percentage going to gpeasy
Allow theme developers sell their themes with a percentage going to gpeasy
For individuals wishing to have their own website with gpeasy let them buy a theme with a handful of plugins, simple blog (super blog) being the core one ready to go for say £50
It's high time that Josh was paid for his efforts and able to pay others to help develop gpeasy to the next level.
IF LIKE ME YOU MAKE MONEY FROM GPEASY ISN'T ABOUT TIME WE PAY FOR ITS FUTURE DEVELOPMENT.
6 years ago