First one needs to figure this out without any docs. Then there is the fact that it points to a different location and will not allow you to download (receive 404 message)
I like its easy layout and icons.
I'm still fixing some problems it now and when I get this going then I may give a better rating.
I don't understand what is meant by saying that Remository points to a different location and will not allow you to download. Remository supports files that are hosted either locally or remotely, and if it refused downloads, nobody would ever be able to use it, since the only way to obtain a copy is by downloading it from a Remository repository! If people report reproducible problems, then I fix them!
Now I Tried ReMOSitory and this is really wunderful.
Very easy to handle, less bugs and a perfect look !
Look an Funcions much better than every other Download Tool.
Only the SEF for Artio is not working, but im sure this is coming.
Good Work ! Go on !
Documentation is non-existant and the forums, while not dead, don't answer much. FAQ's are pointless.
Please write up user documentation on how to configure and use this and build in Community Builder support. Without the first this is an exercise in futility and until the second I see no use for it at all.
The "groups" should be implemented within the component itself rather than have to download and install mambothemegroups.
The updating of existing files is a little confusing to some users but most are ok with the approach used.
The ability to auto approve and publish based on a specific user (mambotheme) group is lacking.
Finaly, needs to have a cpanel type landing page for the backend component.
I don't know what made you submit such a report! It's superficial and untrue. The stable version of Remository is working perfectly well, any problems are surely dependent on specific circumstances. And for an Open Source project the forum is serviced acceptably well. If you require shorter response times you could always opt for "problem fix" on the Remository homepage. But I doubt you are willing to spend any money on support. You seem more like the type "I want my fix now and I want it free of charge!" That's the attitude that will eventually be the death of Open Source development.