Last week, we launched a new, more secure version of our Patronizer web app. This version was so secure it wouldn't allow anyone to access their patrons or do anything with their data in anyway.
We've introduced a temporary fix and are working with Patreon to figure out how to resolve this issue permanently.
Cantaetion announces today, March 2, 2020, that it is changing its name to Raccorde. The new name better reflects that we keep encountering people who have a hard time with the "ae" sound including ourselves, because we mispronounce it around 30% of the time.
The new name is easier to pronounce and better relects our mission. Raccorde comes from the French raccorder, which means to join or link together. It's a little homage to our very close neighbors to the north that evokes the idea of linking things together, which is the kind of thing our work does. Neat!
That's #DC3333, which will form the basis of our new color palette. Longtime Cantaetion/Raccorde followers will know that we're pretty bad at remembering our color palette on our own.
Adobe has updated its plugin shop from Adobe Add-Ons to Adobe Exchange, which, by a strange coincidence, is what it used to be called before it became Adobe Add-Ons. Adobe works in mysterious ways.
You can find Patronizer on Adobe Exchange and install it super fast. As of Patronizer 1.1, we no longer offer support for direct installs so we encourage you to install with Adobe Exchange.
Patreon has unveiled its app directory, which allows creators to connect Patreon to different applications and improve the functionality of the platform. And look - its Patronizer! We are honored to have been selected as a launch title for the app directory and we look forward to continuing our work with the Patreon platform.