From Piet Brauer (@pietbrauer) writing on Git2Go’s blog:
It is important to us to connect to our users, to know their needs and find out how we can make Git2Go an even better application. Maybe even with features we just hear between the lines. We also want to pitch new features to them and see if they like what we are currently working on. Last but not least we need real users to showcase how Git2Go influences their live so more people can enjoy it in their work environment.
This program makes lots of sense for Git2Go since it can be used to do almost anything and Git2Go could work for years without covering 100% of all the use cases. Focusing their beam on specific use case to evolve Git2Go and add new features is a great idea. I for one already subscribe and will gladly help them out since Git2Go is already part of my blogging workflow.