We quietly released the third and final Alpha version of our code last week and have been banging away on usability issues ever since. If you already have a login ID you would have seen the changes and if you don’t, I ask you hang in with us for just a couple of weeks.
We are in the process of moving to an expanded datacenter and when that is done we will be able to send out a few hundred beta invitations, which of course will signal that we have entered a new phase. Up until last week we were more or less proving concepts and hanging the frame together, from here on out we are building out the finish work which includes more components, more applications, and more usability improvements. The goal is simple, we want people to use Teqlo from here on out, not just try it.
As is always the case, we have a lot of work to do ahead of us and will continue to roll out more features and fixes. We are also moving to a predictable upgrade cycle that will mean new stuff will come online at a predictable rate, and of course we will be looking for your feedback on how we are doing and what we should be doing.
On a somewhat related note, look for a brand new website to launch sometime in the beginning of feb (really the beginning, I just don’t have a date pinned down yet). Our new site will of course have a lot of information about Teqlo but also will strive to be a resource center for business mashups and related technologies.
Thanks for your support - Jeff