|In recognition of the fact that product features are only part of what makes a
successful product, the PHPA project aims to provide timely, detailed, and of
course helpful support wherever possible. The following user comments were received
concerning our support.
From Duncan F. (Jul 27)
Thanks a million for your help - your dedication to supporting your
product is truly remarkable.
From Matteo B. (Jul 2)
Thanks a lot for the quick answer (this is a *really* good
From a systems administrator. (June 1)
Hi nick, thanks for your quick response
with my last question, have to say that it looks like your product is
keeping up nicely with our **** boxes :) [...] We are currently averaging
70-90 million page views a month. Needless to say we are pretty excited by
the potential of phpa and the support so far has been much better than ****!
[...] Thanks for all your help so far.
From Matthew M. (May 22)
That worked perfectly! Thank you so much for your help, I was really
starting to panic. Your support is a major part of what makes PHPA such
a great product and I'll continue to promote it whenever I get a chance.
From Ken (May 21)
The bug with php-nuke 5.5 is just something wrong after php-nuke
upgradation,the $HTTP_GET_VARS was null on specific(and OLD) modules
in new version.(so the PHPA is very well until now.)
Now, it's running fluently!
Thank you so much, and everything you did for this. 0:)
From Lars P. (May 21)
Oh, and btw thanks for your very swift response!!
Just curious, if one was interested in supporting your work,
how would one go about doing that? :)
From Harry S. (May 20)
sorry, for me replying that late. and thanks for answering my question so
quickly... that's what i call service ;-)