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    OpenDesigner about 25
    OpenUI about 100
    MM5 about 15

    So it is catching up to designer pretty fast. Plenty of hurdles but most are
    all being ironned out in a timely fashion. The only exceptions are the
    Auth/Capture and Cybersource bugs. Only 50% of those are suprising. The
    latter has always had bugs.


    Wil Hatfield
    HyperConX Customer Care

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    -----Original Message-----
    From: [email protected]
    [mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of
    [email protected]
    Sent: Friday, May 13, 2005 9:26 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: Re: [m5u] Modules?


    Wil,

    Good man! Thank for looking out for us. I wish I could have been in
    on this one.

    How many of those 250 store owners were OpenUI/OpenDesigner users?

    Dan

    On May 13, 2005, at 10:21 PM, Wil Hatfield wrote:

    > There were about 225 store owners in the Beta Group and another 500
    > potential owners. I was representing them of course and went to bat
    > for them
    > often.
    >
    >
    > Wil Hatfield
    > HyperConX Customer Care
    >
    > HyperConX International - <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com">http://www.hyperconx.com</A>
    > 1.800.894.3613 - Toll Free in the US and Canada
    >
    > Check out the all new Miva Pages:
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    >
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    Comment


    • Modules?



      Good to know the name. Now to just wait for the MIVA Merchant 5 version.


      Wil Hatfield
      HyperConX Customer Care

      HyperConX International - <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com">http://www.hyperconx.com</A>
      1.800.894.3613 - Toll Free in the US and Canada

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      -----Original Message-----
      From: Jason Henderson [mailto:[email protected]]
      Sent: Friday, May 13, 2005 9:36 PM
      To: Wil Hatfield; [email protected]; [email protected]
      Subject: Re: [m5u] Modules?


      Sebenza
      http://jmhonline.net/miva-modules/ba...ce+combination

      Jason


      > Dan,
      >
      > I think all but Weiland went out and got jobs leaving their mods in utter
      > despair. This phenomena is called Modstopitis and can be very catchy so be
      > careful. ;-)
      >
      > Really though I do wish others would post their lists of available mods. I
      > need a couple myself.
      >
      > 1. Grouping of attribute adjustments into a single checkout price. I don't
      > remember what that one was called and can't seem to find the old version
      > around.
      >
      > 2. Service agreement module.
      >
      > Any takers on those yet?
      >
      >
      > Wil Hatfield
      > HyperConX Customer Care
      >
      > HyperConX International - <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com">http://www.hyperconx.com</A>
      > 1.800.894.3613 - Toll Free in the US and Canada
      >
      > Check out the all new Miva Pages:
      > <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/">http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/</A>
      >
      > Premium e-commerce hosting, 24/7 technical support, toll free
      > support lines for your convenience, great low cost packages to
      > choose from, Authorize.Net Direct retailer, need high-speed
      > connectivity well we have that too. Everything a business
      > needs to succeed. Host with the Pros and sell like one too!
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: [email protected]
      > [mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of
      > [email protected]
      > Sent: Friday, May 13, 2005 7:18 PM
      > To: [email protected]
      > Subject: [m5u] Modules?
      >
      >
      > I remember before the release of Merchant 5 that a lot of developers
      > could not talk about their modules for the new release, but had
      > stated a lot of modules were ready. So where are they?
      >
      > Dan
      >
      >

      Comment


      • Modules?



        Bruce,

        You have time to email us about our beotching but you still haven't finished
        with Merchant Optimizer for MM5? Slacker!


        Wil Hatfield
        HyperConX Customer Care

        HyperConX International - <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com">http://www.hyperconx.com</A>
        1.800.894.3613 - Toll Free in the US and Canada

        Check out the all new Miva Pages:
        <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/">http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/</A>

        Premium e-commerce hosting, 24/7 technical support, toll free
        support lines for your convenience, great low cost packages to
        choose from, Authorize.Net Direct retailer, need high-speed
        connectivity well we have that too. Everything a business
        needs to succeed. Host with the Pros and sell like one too!




        -----Original Message-----
        From: [email protected]
        [mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of Bruce Golub
        Sent: Friday, May 13, 2005 9:37 PM
        To: [email protected]
        Subject: RE: [m5u] Modules?


        You mean Dynamic Attribute Pricing? Like Bill said, get about 20 MM5 users
        together and we'll have it down by end of the month, otherwise, we'll wait
        until there is at least 20 MM5 stores in total.


        You guys have got to quit acting like this is like every other retail
        software market where developers have months of time with real solid
        betas...and come to grips with the fact that this is a vertical market and
        stuff just doesn't happen overnight.

        -Bruce


        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: [email protected]
        > [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of
        > Wil Hatfield
        > Sent: Friday, May 13, 2005 8:54 PM
        > To: [email protected]; [email protected]
        > Subject: RE: [m5u] Modules?
        >
        > Is that the one that adds all of the attributes together into
        > a single product price. I don't think you are the only one
        > needing this one. ;-)
        >
        >
        > Wil Hatfield
        > HyperConX Customer Care
        >
        > HyperConX International - <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com">http://www.hyperconx.com</A>
        > 1.800.894.3613 - Toll Free in the US and Canada
        >
        > Check out the all new Miva Pages:
        > <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/">http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/</A>
        >
        > Premium e-commerce hosting, 24/7 technical support, toll free
        > support lines for your convenience, great low cost packages
        > to choose from, Authorize.Net Direct retailer, need
        > high-speed connectivity well we have that too. Everything a
        > business needs to succeed. Host with the Pros and sell like one too!
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: [email protected]
        > [mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of
        > [email protected]
        > Sent: Friday, May 13, 2005 8:44 PM
        > To: [email protected]
        > Subject: Re: [m5u] Modules?
        >
        >
        > All I need is a basket price combination mod... unless
        > someone can tell me how to add together two miva tokens.
        >
        > Dan
        >
        > On May 13, 2005, at 9:41 PM, Chuck Lasker - DoublePlus wrote:
        >
        > > Most important missing module to me is Affiliate Manager. Weiland's
        > > got the good ones, though - coupons, shipping... Looks like
        > Bill could
        > > take over the whole MM5 module market!
        > >
        > > Chuck
        >
        >
        >
        >

        Comment


        • Modules?



          Wil Hatfield wrote:
          > I think all but Weiland went out and got jobs leaving their mods in utter
          > despair. This phenomena is called Modstopitis and can be very catchy so be
          > careful. ;-)
          >
          > Really though I do wish others would post their lists of available mods. I
          > need a couple myself.
          >
          > 1. Grouping of attribute adjustments into a single checkout price. I don't
          > remember what that one was called and can't seem to find the old version
          > around.
          >
          > 2. Service agreement module.
          >
          > Any takers on those yet?
          >
          > Wil Hatfield


          The Addendum will do the agreement. I use it in Emporium Plus for three
          of the questions, eg Agree they have read and understand the install doc
          for the module, etc.

          --
          Bill Weiland A2Z Emporium Plus <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/store.mvc ">http://www.emporiumplus.com/store.mvc </A>
          Modules for eCommerce. Mail Mgr, Coupon, PayPal, Froogle/Yahoo feeds
          Rate This, Gift/Wish List, Wait List Mgr, EZ Batch, Shipping & more
          Online Documentation <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/docs">http://www.emporiumplus.com/docs</A>
          Question <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/mivamodule_wcw.mvc?Screen=SPTS ">http://www.emporiumplus.com/mivamodu...vc?Screen=SPTS </A>
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          Comment


          • Modules?



            Part of the problem is that some of us still don't have our copy of MM5
            yet. So I mayself can only pop into the demo store or a store that I have
            been given access to. There's a lot of new stuff in there for those of us
            who did not beta the product and it may just take a little while for it to
            all sink in. Then I'm sure there are a few lurkers out there just waiting
            and watching. This list is still pretty new - the product it still new and
            not everyone jumps to the cutting edge.

            Maybe it's a case of shock and awe.

            Leslie
            www.websyourway.com
            Miva Merchant Maintenance and more ... since 1998


            > It is like a ghost town around here since the release of 5. I swear I
            > hear crickets around here sometimes. What's up? No modules, no
            > developers, no complainers (except for me) and a strange disease
            > called Modstopotitis... do I need a shot or something to be here?
            > Might have to burn down the village...I feel sick.
            >
            > On May 13, 2005, at 9:26 PM, Wil Hatfield wrote:
            >
            >> Dan,
            >>
            >> I think all but Weiland went out and got jobs leaving their mods in
            >> utter
            >> despair. This phenomena is called Modstopitis and can be very
            >> catchy so be
            >> careful. ;-)
            >>
            >> Really though I do wish others would post their lists of available
            >> mods. I
            >> need a couple myself.
            >>
            >> 1. Grouping of attribute adjustments into a single checkout price.
            >> I don't
            >> remember what that one was called and can't seem to find the old
            >> version
            >> around.
            >>
            >> 2. Service agreement module.
            >>
            >> Any takers on those yet?
            >>
            >>
            >> Wil Hatfield
            >> HyperConX Customer Care
            >>
            >> HyperConX International - <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com">http://www.hyperconx.com</A>
            >> 1.800.894.3613 - Toll Free in the US and Canada
            >
            >





            Comment


            • Modules?



              I know a lot of "Bills" - I send them checks every month.

              Leslie


              >
              >> P.S. How many fricken "Bills" are on this list? It is hard to keep
              >> track of them all!
              >
              > Seems only three, but I can relate to that too. See lots of messages
              > that start with 'Bill, ...', and not sure who they mean.
              >
              >


              Comment


              • Modules?



                Can the addedum be set for individual products?


                Wil Hatfield
                HyperConX Customer Care

                HyperConX International - <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com">http://www.hyperconx.com</A>
                1.800.894.3613 - Toll Free in the US and Canada

                Check out the all new Miva Pages:
                <A HREF ="http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/">http://www.hyperconx.com/miva/</A>

                Premium e-commerce hosting, 24/7 technical support, toll free
                support lines for your convenience, great low cost packages to
                choose from, Authorize.Net Direct retailer, need high-speed
                connectivity well we have that too. Everything a business
                needs to succeed. Host with the Pros and sell like one too!




                -----Original Message-----
                From: [email protected]
                [mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of William
                Weiland
                Sent: Saturday, May 14, 2005 3:37 AM
                To: [email protected]
                Subject: Re: [m5u] Modules?


                Wil Hatfield wrote:
                > I think all but Weiland went out and got jobs leaving their mods in utter
                > despair. This phenomena is called Modstopitis and can be very catchy so be
                > careful. ;-)
                >
                > Really though I do wish others would post their lists of available mods. I
                > need a couple myself.
                >
                > 1. Grouping of attribute adjustments into a single checkout price. I don't
                > remember what that one was called and can't seem to find the old version
                > around.
                >
                > 2. Service agreement module.
                >
                > Any takers on those yet?
                >
                > Wil Hatfield


                The Addendum will do the agreement. I use it in Emporium Plus for three
                of the questions, eg Agree they have read and understand the install doc
                for the module, etc.

                --
                Bill Weiland A2Z Emporium Plus <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/store.mvc">http://www.emporiumplus.com/store.mvc</A>
                Modules for eCommerce. Mail Mgr, Coupon, PayPal, Froogle/Yahoo feeds
                Rate This, Gift/Wish List, Wait List Mgr, EZ Batch, Shipping & more
                Online Documentation <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/docs">http://www.emporiumplus.com/docs</A>
                Question <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/mivamodule_wcw.mvc?Screen=SPTS">http://www.emporiumplus.com/mivamodule_wcw.mvc?Screen=SPTS</A>
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                Comment


                • Modules?



                  Wil Hatfield wrote:
                  >
                  > Can the addedum be set for individual products?
                  >
                  > Wil Hatfield
                  > HyperConX Customer Care

                  Not for "individual" products. But you can create a list of product
                  codes that will show the addendum questions. If one of those product is
                  not in the basket, the customer will not see any addendum questions. I
                  do that in Emporium Plus. If the customer is buying module licenses,
                  they see the addendum questions. If they are buying movie posters with
                  no software modules, they do not see any addendum questions.

                  As for individual products. If you want a different agreement for each
                  individual product, then why not use the built in attributes and make it
                  a mandatory attribute. If they don't agree, they can't put it in their
                  basket.

                  --
                  Bill Weiland A2Z Emporium Plus <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/store.mvc ">http://www.emporiumplus.com/store.mvc </A>
                  Modules for eCommerce. Mail Mgr, Coupon, PayPal, Froogle/Yahoo feeds
                  Rate This, Gift/Wish List, Wait List Mgr, EZ Batch, Shipping & more
                  Online Documentation <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/docs">http://www.emporiumplus.com/docs</A>
                  Question <A HREF ="http://www.emporiumplus.com/mivamodule_wcw.mvc?Screen=SPTS ">http://www.emporiumplus.com/mivamodu...vc?Screen=SPTS </A>
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                  • rewrite rules for mm5



                    Everybody has been pretty quite regarding mm5 this weekend. With the
                    thread going on on the mru list,
                    I was wondering if anyone is setting up any rewrite rules for mm5 to
                    make it appear to be static for the bots.
                    Anyone?

                    Kelly


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