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cookiebaggs

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Patiently waiting here too. 

Promash still stands up well against the competition.
Pudge

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Waiting here too. I've toyed around with a couple others mainly for recipe design, but still use Promash on brew day.
ehemmer

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keep it up Jeff.  Been using Promash for years and still love it. As a software developer, I know it takes time to produce excellence. I'm starting to tinker around with Android a little - would be great to create an app that could open a Promash session or recipe  (from file even) so I don't have to print it out. I havent actually looked at the recipe format - is it open, or at least something you would be willing to explore?
homebrewer

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Any news on the update?  Will there be an upgrade path for current users?  And either a free or reduced cost for new users (as of 8/2012)?
defalcos

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Hey, Jeffrey,
  We could use another fifteen copies for retail resale.  It would be wonderful if those were to be the new & improved version!  Either way, let me know if you can get us some more ProMash.  Thanks!

Scott Birdwell
DeFalco's Home Wine & Beer Supplies
9223 Stella Link (new address!)
Houston TX 77025

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nhraj700

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Any updates on the release of Promash?
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gmc

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Nobody should be looking for any more updates or support, there hasn't been any for ages now. No fault to Jeff though. I believe he had some family health issues and the other priorities that goes with it on his plate other than this software to worry about. I've been there and know how it works. It's still the BEST brewing software going.
nhraj700

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I kind of figured that now that some folks are reporting that they sent payments in, no software and no return of emails after they didn't get their software. After many years of dedication to ProMash, I have finally given up.  I want more and have now purchased a competing software with many beeps and whistles and with what appears to be future development in mind with new O.S's and mobile technology.  Too bad, ProMash was light years ahead of anything out there, but this competing software has caught up and surpassed it in many areas. Thanks for the memories.
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Pudge

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Reply with quote  #39 
What he said. I'm getting the other software as a Christmas present to myself. Randomly checking back here for updates leads to nothing but randomly checking back here.
stansell

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Unfortunately, I'm beginning to think the general consensus is probably correct. It looks as if Jeff's last post was on 11/22/11, and his last visit (at least logged in) was 3/12/12.

I get the sense he had put a lot of work into the new version of ProMash, and I was very excited at the prospect, especially when he made all of those utilities available a year or so ago. But, I also know he was dealing with a lot, and even by itself the revision was a pretty ambitious project.

If there's ever a version 2.0 of ProMash I'll be one of the first in line, but for now I wish Jeff the best and thank him for all the work he put in to the previous versions.
bobhendriksen

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IMHO there is no future with ProMash. It was fun while it lasted, but it is time to move on. Maybe someone can hack the program, expand the grain & hops libraries, fluff it up to run nice under Win 7 & 8. I would pay for that - just like I did ProMash.

I know no ne is going to read this. Such a goddamn shame.
jsaye

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I am starting to feel like Promash is dead as well. I watch as my breweing friends use their beersmith on their cells, and it just makes me feel like a dinasour. I have been unwilling to  change, mostly because my last 12 years of brewing is on it. But alas, I may have to switch over.

I would be more than willing to pay for an upgrade to Promash, but I don't think its going to be an option.
brewerbob

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I don't know about everyone else but, I'd be willing to spend upwards of 200 bucks for an upgrade. If a thousand of us did that or even pledged to do it. 200K is a tidy sum of money no matter what. I say let's grease the skids!

Cheers!

Bob
EBC

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Jeff, we all hope that things have cleared up for you.

I have moved from homebrewing to professional small scale brewing. I would seriously like to keep on using promash…
Promash still works fine, but an upgrade would benefit us all.

Please share some news with us on your progress on a new version.

Cheers
Beaker

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I feel like I may be writing to no one, but just to give an update, I PM'd Donovan a few months ago and haven't heard from him. Maybe I'm the last person hanging on for an update, but in case anyone else is, I think the inactivity on the boards and lack of communication with anyone leads me to believe ProMash is dead (and hopefully Jeff is OK).
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