Originally from ticket #359.
The article at:
a link toward the end that says "... technical advice from Vadmin in a
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Clicking the "topic<http://rizzoma.com/wave/#waveId=25c8fd4ba64a8673e85f179497402615&blipId=/?utm_source=blog&utm_medium=body&utm_campaign=vadim_case>"
link navigates to a new page but that reports "Requested topic not found
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It seems that having such major issues in main links that you're using to
market your site is quite an oversight and doesn't build confidence in
would-be users like myself. I've been following Rizzoma as long as it's
been around (I was a HUGE fan of Wave and sad to see it go) and it seems to
have a made a lot of progress but something this significant yet simple
being broken tells me that it's still far from ready for production use. :(
Thank you for this report.
We surely need to fix it and we'll do it today.
Actually I don't understand your point. Our marketing page is this: https://rizzoma.com/?no_auth_redirect and we spend lot's of efforts to make it awesomeness:) All links here work fine. There is no a spelling mistake, dispite on we change it two times per month (for making better acquisition).
If you are talking about mistakes such as broken link. Even Google, Apple, Facebook and Evernote has a such mistakes. The reason that if you afraid to make any mistake than you shouldn't do anything. By the way I think you remember how poor marketing Google wave had, and nobody cares. because people trusted google:)
May be the real reason why you afraid to use rizzoma is different? May be you need additional guarantees for any kind... For example recently we made HTML export feature special for RAND Corporation, because they was afraid to loose info.
Anyway at the moment there are 40 thousand users on rizzoma. If couse we have bugs, but we keep close eye on what people say and get in touch when any user in trouble.
Thank you for you bug report,
chief marketing director