[sword-devel] Bible Software Review
jonathon.blake at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 22:01:57 MST 2008
Jonathan Morgan wrote:
>> I'm still pretty well certain that we have the widest selection of modules among free programs, too, so it's a bit annoying that programs who've copied our library got higher marks. It seems like we ought to get a little credit for the fact that The Word, e-Sword, Online Bible, and Zefania are all enjoying content that came from us.
> I would have thought that e-Sword has more modules than we do.
If user created resources are included, then e-Sword has thousands
more than The Sword Project. If one just compares resources at
e-sword.net and estudysource.com with those available for The Sword
Project, then I think that it is a tie.
Originally, I think the Online Bible was used for the source for free
Bible Study programs. Then Sword Project resources were used. The
current trend appears to be to use e-Sword resources.
> Anyway, you can't really expect a person investigating the usefulness of available software to determine whether it has been helped by the work of others.
> Again from the usability point of view, I claim that if a person cannot use a feature, the fact that it is there does not help them.
Cannot use the feature, or hasn't bothered to learn how to use the feature?
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