Hi Thomas. Other people can respond as they see fit, but I think you
will find that we have a very good reputation for getting back very
fast, particularly with well-constructed questions that we can answer
easily! You'll find that I respond to a lot of the questions myself,
mostly because I know the system well (for obvious reasons :-).
BTW, if you're doing ABM biological systems, Steven Saul ([log in to unmask]
) is on the list and has been stress-testing MASON with gigantic
simulations of fish populations. What he's doing is on the outer
bounds of MASON's capabilities because the populations are so huge, so
he might be a good person to talk to.
On Jun 22, 2010, at 5:45 PM, Tomas Puelma wrote:
> I'm evaluating MASON to do my research in modeling biological
> systems with
> ABMs. I'm liking a lot MASON over other simulation tools I've seen,
> but I'm a little
> concerned with the support. So, I wanted to ask... how is it?
> For what I see, there are few messages and participation in this
> mailing list. Is
> there any developer or member of the MASON proyect actively seeing and
> answering the users questions? Are the responses quick?
> I think support its a key element when using a tool/library like
> this, so I'm really
> hoping the support here is good, because, like I said, I'm liking
> MASON features a