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This topic may go deeper but i would loke to say that we are not a company
product. It's freesoftware.

I have been in freesoftware communities for 7 years and the following basic
principle is always working:
Good community leads to good software.

Good community with a good software leads to  higly satisfied users who
will act as militants of the 'product' and you cannot have that promotion
with money. Proactive members will always push people, government
organizations and private companies to use it.

If community slows, everything will be turned upside down. I think many of
us had been experienced with different 'dead' projects.

I really appreciate the 'Community First' marketing policy.  All other
things are complimentary and 2.order stuff. The hardest thing is building a
community and keeping its growth.

Best regards,

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