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We kind of worked on that kind of a schedule for it. BidFax, because it was online for distribution, and it was updated automatically through the user’s system, that was an ongoing process. We kept that [schedule], pretty much, do a feature, release it, do a feature, release it. Bug fixes are obviously something that has to be factored into the equation early on. PMS-II was very bug prone when we first released it. But after a couple of years of maturity out there, it was as close to a bug-free piece of software as I’ve ever seen anywhere.
BidFax had a different method of distributing. We didn’t distribute it via diskettes. It was distributed online. I think it was probably the first online software distribution that had an online update distribution in the industry that I’m aware of. I don’t remember anybody doing this before that. But because of the capabilities of the onboard fax cards that the customer already had to have installed, it was a very simple thing for me to send them a key for that computer, once they’d paid for it, and then it would come to my computers and say “Here’s my key.
Smolin: How long did it take your typical user to learn to use PMS-II? Vanderpool: To learn PMS-II, sometimes it required them coming in and actually going to school. It was the subject itself. The use of the software was incidental to understanding the technique and how to apply it to the business model that they were in. So, that was the bigger training issue there, how to schedule, not necessarily how to use the software to schedule. It was pretty much straightforward if you understood what you were trying to accomplish.
Error-correcting codes and finite fields by Haoru Liu