Should we replace DVD label wording?

Karsten Wade kwade at
Fri May 15 16:23:57 UTC 2009

On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 08:15:48PM +0530, susmit shannigrahi wrote:
> Hi,
> I just got this while we were reviewing things for upcoming media production.
> >  In gnunify, somebody came up and
> > asked me about a "AMD compatible" version since they didn't realize what
> > we meant by Intel compatible in the cover. Can it say Intel/32-bit
> > compatible? Bring it up to the art-list if needed.
> > Rahul
> While I was thinking about this, I found it quite true.
> Should we change this to something more meaningful?

I tend to agree, but from experience talking with people at shows,
etc. ... well, nothing you put is going to make sense to everyone.

Maybe just build on the poor understanding instead?

"This is our PC version, it will work on any PC" == 32-bit

"This is our PC version for the latest hardware, use it if you know
that you have a '64-bit' processor."


This is a bit icky, trying to figure out wording that has meaning to
technical and non-technical users.  Do you all want Marketing or maybe
Docs input, too?

- Karsten
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Community Gardener
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