Linguaquote v1 released today

Just a quick post to mark this milestone. The month of July was dedicated to finalising the basic LQ feature-set and to clean the site of any cruft that had accumulated over its several years of development.

We now have:

  • A working Project Management system for translation buyers and providers
  • A faster site due to a clean database, SPDY (loading each page asset at once rather than in turn)
  • A faster site due to site analytics javascript no-longer being required
  • A robust backup and version control system in place to protect users and the site itself
  • A clearer sign-up, free trial and payment system

The time has come to invite new and old users alike to test and feedback their thoughts on this Linguaquote version 1. Over the coming weeks, during the holiday period, I'll be calling on the world's most dedicated translators and agencies to come and try out the LQ system.

Thanks for your continued interest and support!

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