We launched GenMyModel to make software modeling better, and we are proud of how far we’ve come. We knew GenMyModel would come out of the beta but we didn’t think it would come so quickly.
From talking with you, we understand that the models created in GenMyModel are related to real personal or professional projects. And above all, they are projects that are important to you. More than 150,000 designed projects and your continuous feedback contributed to the move to a professional modeling application.
We now have a responsibility towards you – add the features you ask for and make GenMyModel even more efficient. Going forward, we will be coming out of beta and commercializing developer plans from September 27, 2014 for those who need professional private projects.
On this subject, I would like to share with you 3 principles that are important to us:
- You are among the first to have confidence in us, and without you, we couldn’t have made this possible. We would like to thank you and do all that we can for you to continue using GenMyModel. We will soon be announcing special offers for everyone who created an account before September 27, 2014. Stay up-to-date on Twitter at @GenMyModel
- As developers ourselves, every day we use tools and software created and developed by the open-source communities. I am committed to keeping GenMyModel 100% free for open-source projects.
- UML is just the first step. We’ll strive to make GenMyModel the Online Modeling Platform: API, support for other modeling languages, reverse engineering, and code generation for many languages such as PHP, C/C++, C#, etc.
There is a FAQ that will answer many of the questions you may have about the changes to GenMyModel. In addition, Shannon, Tom, Stef, Vinz, Justin, Mike, Angie, Adri, Lionel, Ali, and myself are happy to personally answer any questions you send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alexis Muller, CEO