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Fri, Jan 19, 2007 at 6:25:40 PM | Revit 10?

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So what's the scoop on the next release of Revit, which should be sometime this spring?

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Fri, Jan 19, 2007 at 7:24:25 PM | Revit 10?

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Anyone who knows anything would be prohibited from disclosing information since they had to sign an NDA with Autodesk.

Until information about Release 10 is made public, any posts disclosing Release 10 information will need to be removed.

 


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Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 3:52:44 PM | Revit 10?

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Tom, what does this website have to do with whatever agreement someone would have with Autodesk?  This website is not a party to that agreement and so is not bound to its provisions.  Unless, of course, this website has an agreement with Autodesk not to disclose any information before it becomes public. I'm sure many of us here are wondering the same thing.

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Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 4:07:51 PM | Revit 10?

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As I stated in my first post, anyone with real knowledge of Revit 10 will have had to have signed a Non Disclosure Argreement (NDA) with Autodesk.  Any individual posting information in violation of their NDA would have to answer to Autodesk directly as this site has no affiliation with Autodesk.

Autodesk however is a publically traded company and is bound by Securities and Exchange Commision rules on forward looking statements that can influence stock price.   Any statements made on this site disclosing Revit 10 features can be taken as 'forward looking' statements.  Any third party vehicle [this site] used to disclose non-public information in violation of SEC rules is subject to action by Autodesk and the SEC.

In short anyone that really knows anything can't say and it is best to not get the attention of the lawyers with Autodesk or the SEC.

Meantime keep the Revit questions coming.

 


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Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 8:19:21 PM | Revit 10?

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Interesting school of thought, Tom.  I am also in stocks and understand where you are coming from. But "forward looking statments" come from the company itself, which is regulated by the SEC.

You are correct when you said that any individual posting information in violation of the NDA would have to answer to Autodesk directly.  I wouldn't want to be in his shoes, either.

However, comments, news or rumors in the newspapers and/or public forums are certainly not legally "forward looking statements" as the company has no control over them.  Stock analysts make speculations and estimates about companies all the time. Online financial forums are full of rumors about companies, their management, earnings, acquisitions, and new products.  The same thing with newspapers, both in print and online.  So I fail to see where poor ol' Revit City comes in the picture.  On the other hand, I don't think that any individual that values his/her relationship with Autodesk would want to destroy that relationship by posting that information.

Perhaps someone that has no relationship with Autodesk has read some information or rumor somewhere before we do about the next release.  I don't think that would be a problem at all, Tom.

 

 


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Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 8:55:40 PM | Revit 10?

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The problem comes down to how do how we know if someone is posting a 'rumor' or is violating their NDA.  Taking part in distributing confidential information because someone violated their NDA is not something that anyone associated with moderating this forum would want to take part in.  It is better to error on the side of safety and simply wait for Autodesk to spill the beans.  You will find a similar policy over on AUGI.com which of course is funded and monitored closely by Autodesk.

Just for the record I stopped my participation in the Revit beta pograms a few years ago as it is way to easy when posting on forums to inadervtanttly violate the NDA because you get your version of Revit mixed up.


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Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 11:19:03 PM | Revit 10?

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If we do see any posts on here with information about Revit 10 that is in violation of the NDA we will do our best to remove the information promptly.  It's mean I know but we want to maintain a favorable position with Autodesk.

If anyone is really interested in seeing what's coming up with the next version of Revit they should sign up for the beta programs and sign the NDA. 


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Wed, Jan 24, 2007 at 6:44:00 PM | Revit 10?

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All very interesting.  Just how does one sign up to test the beta versions...and sign the NDA?

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Wed, Jan 24, 2007 at 8:54:35 PM | Revit 10?

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Beta testing can be found at:

http://myfeedback.autodesk.com/

Also check out the Usability Labs at:

http://labs.autodesk.com/

 



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Thu, Jan 25, 2007 at 2:29:07 AM | Revit 10?

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There is a bit of information, speculation, and hopes about Revit 10 right there on Autodesk's own discussion boards.  Just Google Revit 10 and it'll take you there.

Here would also be a good place to post information when it is released by Autodesk.  I'm sure many of us are eagerly awaiting the next release!



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Sun, Jan 28, 2007 at 6:54:41 PM | Revit 10?

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revit 10 will still have the same accurender.. ;o)

plus autodesk will be demoted from God to

ordinary company..


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Sun, Jan 28, 2007 at 8:38:41 PM | Revit 10?

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i think the most important thing to know about Revit 10 is that it is covered by the autodesk subcription program Smile

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Sun, Jan 28, 2007 at 10:00:10 PM | Revit 10?

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the emperor WILL have cloths.. Smile

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Mon, Jan 29, 2007 at 7:16:38 AM | Revit 10?

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in the next revit version don't expect to see a huge range of new features (there will be new features which i unfortunately cannot disclose, but that's not what it's being billed for).. it will be a performance release that will really help those companies that have large models to move .. in other words, it won't be a release the public will get excited over for new features, but the typical revit firm will notice a positive difference with the extra speed and productivity..

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Tue, Feb 6, 2007 at 10:36:54 PM | Revit 10?

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more speed is always a good thing :D...  

i guess they will add support for vista (for obvious reasons)

the opengl driver level performance should increase too... since revit on xp on ati 7.1 IS slower than revit on vista running the beta opengl driver from ati (but there are other problems that prevent you from using it mainstream at this time).

 

MAYBE... they'll add a way to change the wall alignment (wall center, interior, exterior) AFTER you draw the wall :D 


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