Astrodog <email@example.com> wrote:
> If you aren't familier enough with something to evaluate it, you
> shouldn't review it.
On the other hand, the reviewer should be neutral, which in this
area is strongly at odds with familiarity of the review subject.
> I've done plenty of evaluations of software for customers of mine,
> and I certainly don't just go through the install process, say "This
> sucks" and move on to the next product.
I'm sorry, but you are not in a position to judge your own review
process. For that we need a third party observer. And for all I
know, the producers of the software you evaluated might be aghast
at your process.
> I'm aware writing a review is incredibly difficult, however, I would
> suggest that one simply not write a review, if they are unwilling, or
> unable to meet the standard required by the technical audience their
> review is targeted at.
Which is why reviews are written by those who don't have these
Christian "naddy" Weisgerber firstname.lastname@example.org