I agree that it would have been fiscally more responsible to sell UFT to someone else, its valuable asset just like property, trademarks, patents, etc.
One almost gets the feeling that we long time Roots/Uft'ers would just lay down and fall into the FTM camp. Based on the last 48 hours of posts to this forum, it is abundantly clear that we won't (TMG seems to be the path to go).
I was also wondering if we would get an offical announcement via US mail sent to each registered UFT owner of the G.c. decision to abandon further development.I know of some of my UFT friends that don't use the internet at this point, what about them plus all the people that purchase remaining stock at various software outlets.The G.c stategy will probably be to convince them to switch to FTM.
With most UFT user's jumping to other non- G.c products, the value of UFT to another potential buyer will have been lost.
See the rest of you on TMG message boards in the future.