On 01/01/2011 06:07 PM, Zaphod Feeblejocks wrote:
Remember the users.
TDF was born to bring back the user at the center of the project. Users
generate and manage documents.
Now that MS are giving away Office for free (on the web), or cheap (£40 to UK school
students - free to many University students). Now that MS are buying up chunks of
commonly used apps (have you seen the advertising on Facebook and how it links with
Bing?). Now that MS are managing a seamless experience for users, at reasonable costs...
it's time for FOSS to realise that free-to-use and free-as-in-speech are not the selling points
we think they are.
Freedom as a message is both powerful and difficult to convey. Our task
is to make freedom a popular concept amongst office suite users.
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