piotroxp

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    https://itsfoss.com/boostnote-linux-review/ found this in the wake of Evernote still giving 20% off. 20% off my a**, until there is a Linux client. Or at least make use of the ability to run android apps on Linux with Anbox Evernote is getting behind the community. Literallllllllay "In the news today, Evernote has been dubbed the slow Unicorn[...] "
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    Even if those 70 bucks amounted to an hour of dev time, it would be money well spent
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    Well, they ***** have those 70 bucks from me if they wish to listen to their customer. Let's start a kickstarter for Evernote so that they build a Linux client in QT. Why not. That would make Evernote a truly democratically run company.
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    How funny it is to see 40% off of Premium for me, EVERNOTE! Where's my Linux client? I'd happily pay even 100% if you just made a ***** native linux client, bros
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    I believe we are all missing a tad here, which is the below:
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    Just got a message about billing problems. Fixed. Bye Evernote Im moving out. Haha, they even reduced the amount of devices that can access evernote to two in basic! This so sad to see.
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    Ahhh how very nice of you to mention Paperwork. Time to at least check it out. And since there's a NAS laying around somewhere I gots to go
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    How sad it is to see a company with a Tux up their ass....
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    Just pushout a VM with windows version stripped down or figure out a container of some sorts for android. How long will it take? People have been capable of running Evernote as an Android app on Linux with ARC. It isn't reliable as it's a hack. Is it that hard? Why is the community wrong, as your actions say? How much longer will it take you to get that people want control over their computation, and it is soon that everyone will be using open source?
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    Thus, the idea of timoc is a pretty cool one for us, paid Linux subscribers. Give us our data in computable form. Or is our data not our data aswell, eh?
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    When there is a need, there is a way. And I really hope that Evernote will need to make an official linux client. And no, you are wrong that this is the same as Windows or other web systems. You are completely off course, in fact. Evernote.Is.A.SERVICE It's not a product, it's a SERVICE I'm paying each year for. I don't see people with an official Windows 10.5, or with official Windows Falcon Edition. There is a single product across all platforms. The same applies to browsers etc - I am paying Spotify for premium (even though their linux client is 6 months stale) and I get the same experience on Linux as on Windows. I am also paying github, because git is a tool I use daily. Git doesn't need a windowed app for maximum productivity. Evernote does. With Evernote, I'm paying for lousy access to services and data with an Android app and a Web client, which is nowhere near the app on other, walled-garden platforms. Which sounds to me pretty much like discrimination against a certain platform.
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    Let my foul language not take us off the point that Evernote is intentionally not giving a damn about FOSS users. Even when we pay, we get less than users of others platforms. This is not a business decision any more, it's concious discrimination of a growing group of people who trust themselves enough to manage their own data, and don't need walled gardens. "Not our app" - dear Guru, you can assist me by advocating the developers to spend a week developing a Linux app instead of stickers and analog notebooks.
  13. Timoc, As much as what you're proposing sounds awesome, I would exactly make it about Linux, lack of official Linux client for paying Linux-based customers and the general approach of Evernote towards giving paying users open-source access. Your goal is yours, mine is mine - our interests coincide and this is the momentum. As a premium user for 3 years, the split second there is a valid evernote rival, I am jumping boat. I am paying Evernote just for data storage, because I can't fully experience the service. And I'm paying them, because there is no one else on the market. Just because everyone is comfortable with buggy, spying, unstable and untested piece of ***** that windows is does not mean that users building their own systems should be discriminated against because of a business decision to get inside walled gardens. If Evernote doesn't want to build a linux client, sure as hell they will not give you your git backups. This should fly all over the infosphere with a header like "Evernote is discriminating it's Linux and FOSS paying users".