They are very receptive to any issues we present. We have a pretty large installation and a large number of developers plus editors.
Like any app, it can take some effort to get things configured correctly for peak performance ;) and sometimes this is not limited to infrastructure alone.
You are welcome to contact me off-site. If I can't answer your questions I can find someone who can.
Farcry is more than a CMS, it's also a framework and that makes it a very powerful tool to create complex web applications. It's important to give yourself some time to understand the basic architecture of a Farcry application to take advantage of all the features and be more productive with it. Having spent some time with Geoff and the Daemonites for more than a year, I can safely say that Farcry is in the hands of one of the most dedicated, committed and community oriented team. The built-in CMS functionalities will save you a lot of time and if you need more, the underlying "formtool" mechanism is the key to develop in Farcry. This is one of the first area to investigate if you plan to use it seriously. About the docs, read carefully to which version of Farcry it relates to as from a version to another, the differences are huge. And if you don't find the answer, there is a mailing list where you generally get an answer very quickly - dare I say one day.
"This is NOT a message from Adobe! Where did Nick get that erroneous information?
Some Indian CF dev posted it on LinkedIn (quoted exactly as above) as a message from Adobe so maybe Nick got it from there and wasn't paying attention?
"So the answer when Adobe would dump ColdFusion the same way they did Fireworks last week, Flash last year and progressively every otherproduct they got from Macromedia - is soon.
When will they get to the last man standing - Dreamweaver or is Muse…"
Dear members, please find below a message from Adobe,==In an effort to assist the ColdFusion community, Adobe, and the larger open source world, a few leaders in the ColdFusion arena have stepped forward to form an open source software development group known as 'Team CF Advance'. The primary purpose of this development group will be to advance ColdFusion applications as an open source solution through development and improvement of open source software solutions combined with social marketing…See More