On Sat, 2011-01-01 at 22:26 +0100, Stefan Weigel wrote:
Am 01.01.2011 17:05, schrieb Tom Davies:
"Our" goal should NOT be improving the product! "Our" goal should be to market
the product effectively however bad it might be!
Thank god, we do have a good product (although still to be
improved). I would absolutely oppose praising a bad product!
This list is also NOT the place to start discussing whether or not a larger
market share is a good thing. Our single job in this list is to work at
increasing market share.
Actually I read your earlier email on this question, this morning, over
coffee. It is a really great question and has a number of facets to it.
I've thought about it most of the day, on and off, while I worked on I
planned to have been doing today - making another small marketing style
video for the project and the product.
I'm not going to try to address your question in this email - but I will
try to express my thoughts on it tomorrow in a blog - first one of the
I hope you find this small video reasonable. It is, admittedly, targeted
to the US, but then that is where I is, as we say.
or you can download a HD OGV file here:
important mission for marketing is to recruit contributors.
Happy New Year
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