Re: [board-discuss] Some problems.
Is this possible? Based on our development model, I do not think it is
possible. We know that in Bugzilla there are end user requests for new
features which have been sitting there for years, because either there
was no request from the same feature by enterprises willing to pay for
them, and there were no developers willing to work on them.
I think this is important for network effects that haven't been realized by LibreOffice yet.
If I have time this evening I will try to find the article; but when a company/organization builds
software with personal users in mind you end up with happier Enterprise customers. Collecting
personal user feedback and implementing I would argue should be the priority of TDF, while
enterprises can focus on Enterprise contracts.
Essentially the argument is if it looks good, and feels easy to use, people will want to use it at
work as well. Word of mouth marketing is quite powerful for organizations with low budgets.
I think moving towards the TDF fixing some of those user-requested bug fixes should be a priority
for the TDF as you suggested the TDF could do Italo.
- Re: [board-discuss] Some problems. · Kev M
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