Good point. But would our efforts be wasted targeting individuals?
Most people don't care about formats. They just want their documents
to work and be properly formatted. They don't understand format
I propose our efforts might be better spent concentrating on business
(interoperability where needed and adoption), education (adoption),
and government (adoption). When we've won those sectors, individuals
will go wherever their work,s schools, and governments do.
On 10/28/10, James Walker<email@example.com> wrote:
On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 9:48 AM, Anthony Papillion
Who would be the primary consumers of this information? Is it targeted
towards end users or companies we are hoping will adopt ODF?
Acutally we should consider doing more than one, maybe one toward business,
one toward individuals, and then education.
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