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Best place to ask for feedback

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by fbueno, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. fbueno

    fbueno Registered

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    Hi,

    I'm new here at this forum. I was wondering if you guys could help me to find some place to ask for feedback to our integration plugin with cPanel.

    We wrote a plugin (perl api) which consumes our REST api, and auto includes, using apache modsubstitute, our Javascript tag.
    I'm looking for hosting's clients and hosting companies or resellers that could install and give me some feedback.

    We also took care of creating a portal for the partners who install our plugin. The idea is to share the general data that our platform captures due its nature.

    Also would be great to hear your experiences with your services integration.

    Anyone have something to share ?

    Thank you.

    Felippe

    cPanel AppCat Listing: http://applications.cpanel.net/appcat/siteapps
     
  2. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Advertizing on these forums is not permitted. You might try over on webhostingtalk forums or similar.

    I have tested this myself, late last year, and found it did not work as expected. I used the wordpress plugin as well and that did not work as expected. At the time you had only 2 or 3 silly "plugins" that could be injected into the site, and the long listing of additional pricey apps I could buy from you.

    No instructions anywhere, to remove it, listed on your site either. Still.

    You'll need to advertize the old fashioned way, on your own site, or via social media sites.

    GL!
     
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