On Mon, Mar 26, 2001 at 10:00:43AM +0200, Peter H. Ganten wrote:
> Martin Schulze writes:
> > Alternatively if we want to charge people 1-2DM per CD we should
> > not produce too many CD's. I'd say not more than 1.5k. This at
> > least will ensure that only interested people will get the CD and
> > not just anybody who tries to collect as much as he can from the
> > exhibition. (I could imagine that Linuxland and LOB would sponsor
> > the CDs partially, though not very likely for 5k pieces...)
> In my opinion, it would be nicer to give the CDs away for free. I have
> talked with quite a few people, which got the CD from LinuxTag but
> have used some month later, those people would probably not pay for a
I had about 30-40 Leftovers and i am still giving them out at work
as an installation base the people can start with and upgrade then
from a local mirror.
So yes - I would like to see a free-giveaway cd.
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