The news is out: we acquired Grove today, and we're taking over operations immediately.
We think Grove is an incredibly cool tool: it's an IRC server
masquerading as a web-based chat application. It's got a really slick web UI that
anyone can use, but behind the scenes is IRC, a proven technology trusted by
über-geeks everywhere. We love the way Grove bridges the new and the old.
We're first and foremost Grove users, so we think we've got a good grasp of what
Grove's other users want. In the short term our focus is going to be on fixing
connectivity and improving site performance, but after that we've got some big
ideas we're planning to implement. And of course we'd love to hear *your* ideas
for what Grove should do; let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're really glad that we could give Grove a home at Revsys. We think it's a
great match for our company, and we can't wait to start working on our big
If you're already a Grove user, I hope you're as excited as we are to hear that
it's got a bright future. And if you're not already using Grove, why not check
it out? We think you'll love it as much as we do.
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