Selling Fedora CDs on Fedora web site, was: Re: eol rh9-ximian and fedora...?
tedkaz at optonline.net
Wed Nov 5 01:17:56 UTC 2003
Not sure what the state of Novell is these days, but they made the dam
best print server I had the good fortune of forgetting the login to.
Competition is good, what you will see over time is that things will get
to the give away stage to get market share. At that point the company
with the deepest pockets almost always wins, so trying to build a fast
war chest is a survival instinct.
The one thing we all must remember, the bean counters at Redhat aren't
reading this list ;-)
On Tue, 2003-11-04 at 18:19, Chris Croome wrote:
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> On Tue 04-Nov-2003 at 04:05:26PM -0600, Chris Spencer
> > > > Personally I don't see why RedHat can't do either or
> > > > both of these things with Fedora -- offer cheap CDs
> > > > and/or link to other people selling cheap CDs.
> > >
> > > http://www.linuxinstall.org/fedora.php
> > Ha! That was great. Thanks Brent.
> Good stuff, why not have a page listing places selling
> Fedora on CDs on the Fedora site?
> Also since Red Hat still sell t-shirts, posters, stickers
> and hats  I don't see why they couldn't also sell cheap
> Fedora CDs... But it is up to them :-)
>  http://www.redhat.com/apps/commerce/coolstuff.html
> - --
> Free Software may be the foundation of a new economy
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