X10 Company Having Serious problems?

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What has happen to the X10 Site. From there forums there located at:
http://www.x10.com/news/msgb/index.cgi?board=ahp-general&numof= people are
complaining that X10 is not responding to software questions such as why
cant we get a copy of our software via zip file or whatever.

Its been said that X10 is ignoring the comments for they might be having
some difficulties inside their organization.

Does this mean X10 is now taking what they can before the storm comes in and
sweeps them away?





Re: X10 Company Having Serious problems?
Anonymous Coward wrote:
>
> Does this mean X10 is now taking what they can before
 > the storm comes in and sweeps them away?

I prefer to think it means that the X10 folks are scrambling to correct
their bone-headed blunder, and that they'll announce the correction once
they have done so.

bblackmoor
2004-10-26


Re: X10 Company Having Serious problems?
Brandon Blackmoor wrote:
>
> I prefer to think it means that the X10 folks are
 > scrambling to correct their bone-headed blunder, and
 > that they'll announce the correction once they have
 > done so.

Tuesday has come and gone. I have given X10 ample time to make the
Activehome Pro software available, but they have not seen fit to do so.
Since they have not delivered what I have paid for, I am going to return
the CM15A for a full refund. I strongly urge people not to order
Activehome Pro from X10, because you will not receieve the software you
will have paid for.


bblackmoor
2004-10-26


Re: X10 Company Having Serious problems?
Oh big whoop. Keep the hardware, the software is (was?) a free
download for a reason....    go with Homeseer and try to forget that
X10 is a company, not just a technology.  Then start shopping for
better components at places like activehome.com which sell x10 parts
from Leviton and a few others.



>Brandon Blackmoor wrote:
>>
>> I prefer to think it means that the X10 folks are
> > scrambling to correct their bone-headed blunder, and
> > that they'll announce the correction once they have
> > done so.
>
>Tuesday has come and gone. I have given X10 ample time to make the
>Activehome Pro software available, but they have not seen fit to do so.
>Since they have not delivered what I have paid for, I am going to return
>the CM15A for a full refund. I strongly urge people not to order
>Activehome Pro from X10, because you will not receieve the software you
>will have paid for.
>
>
>bblackmoor
>2004-10-26



Re: X10 Company Having Serious problems?
Homeseer won't download to the CM15a ... supposedly some other 3rd
party applet is needed for that, sheesh

heyman wrote:
> Oh big whoop. Keep the hardware, the software is (was?) a free
> download for a reason....    go with Homeseer and try to forget that
> X10 is a company, not just a technology.  Then start shopping for
> better components at places like activehome.com which sell x10 parts
> from Leviton and a few others.
>
>
>
>> Brandon Blackmoor wrote:
>>>
>>> I prefer to think it means that the X10 folks are
>>> scrambling to correct their bone-headed blunder, and
>>> that they'll announce the correction once they have
>>> done so.
>>
>> Tuesday has come and gone. I have given X10 ample time to make the
>> Activehome Pro software available, but they have not seen fit to do
>> so. Since they have not delivered what I have paid for, I am going
>> to return the CM15A for a full refund. I strongly urge people not
>> to
>> order Activehome Pro from X10, because you will not receieve the
>> software you will have paid for.
>>
>>
>> bblackmoor
>> 2004-10-26



Re: X10 Company Having Serious problems?

> Homeseer won't download to the CM15a

Yet.



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