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Our #1 goal should be to make a better product than the other guy. This job is being handled very 
well by the TDF. So the #2 goal is to increase our growth, in terms of market share. Sure millions 
of GNU/Linux users have been using OOo / LibO for years. In the United States, number of companies 
using OOo / LibO can be counted on our hands. This is not good.

In a capitalistic economy one must look at the bigger picture. If a FOSS product gains a large 
percentage of the market we must ask the question, how will our competition react to this?

How will the government react to it? We must anticipate, and prepare for the next move.

The LibO product is evolving and we must get its fans chanting.

What will be the free prize in the box? How about bundling video tutorials. Free movies from the 
Blender Foundation.


Dave Johnson, USNFR
davefilms.us@gmail.com
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(619) 335-5314
(619) 335-5314Dave Johnson DUNS number: 826989779

"Please do not send me Microsoft Office/Apple iWork documents. Send OpenDocument instead! 
http://fsf.org/campaigns/opendocument/"; 


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