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Please refrain from posting personal statements of belief about why things were done to make them simply state facts when they happened.
The references cited are
- non-athoritative. if the author is going to cite blog posts they might as well cite REAL Software's marketing as well.
- the name change being instigated because less experienced developers were creating less than perfect software is supposition on the authors part. Theres no factual basis to make this claim.
- the product offerings changed significantly when the name changed to REAL Studio. A new name for the product was assigned.
The author has repeatedly inserted personal opinions to the wiki entry as though they are fact. I've removed them. They've been reinserted. I've tried to make the article factual by even altering the marketing speak in certain sections. The least the other authors can do is keep it factual. Said author should read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Neutral_point_of_view 188.8.131.52 (talk) 02:57, 1 April 2015 (UTC)
The history section is a bit disjointed. CrossBasic and FYI Software is brought up, then we jump to RealBasic version 2 (when was version 1?), and CrossBasic is never mentioned again. Why is CrossBasic relevant? We start in 1997, go back to 1996, then jump to 2005 and a different company, different product. Nerfer (talk) 21:30, 23 April 2015 (UTC)
- It's a coverup - google perversiontracker