As noted previously, I’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response Flock has gotten so far. The community forums have been hopping (I’m trying to put a little dent in responding to a backlog each day; if there’s something pressing in there that nobody’s responded to yet, drop me an email at daryl at flock.com and I’ll see if I can help), and we’ve had a good bit of activity on our Flockstars list. We’ve also had an overwhelming number of offers of help. Believe it or not, it can be very hard to accept help because all the offers have to be organized, but don’t worry — we intend to organize all the offers and accept a lot of the help.
For the time being, if you’d like to volunteer to help out in some way, you can go here to do so. We might not get back to you right away, but by submitting your info here, you guarantee that it gets stored in a searchable database rather than lost in somebody’s inbox or blog comments.
If you’re one of the few dozen people who commented on Geoffrey’s blog post, I’ve probably sent you an email asking you to do the unspeakable and resubmit your info using the new page. I hate to ask you to do this, but it saves me a lot of time that I can put to better use actually working on Flock, and I figure you guys’re all behind that and will forgive my asking you to do something sort of redundant. If you’ve offered through some other means, I hope you’ll also do me the favor of filling out the new form with your info, just to make sure we’ve captured your offer. Thanks!