On Mon, Dec 19, 2016 at 09:33:13PM +0100, Brian Exelbierd wrote:
> Can you comment on how effective DVDs were beyond the example mentioned?
> Is this still a priority for this market or did people just want a take
> away to remember Fedora by and we could do something different?
It was my impression that people were not particularly interested in
the DVD without even checking the version. But that might be some
amount of confirmation bias on my part. :)
About the university(ies) using it there there were a few namely Yale's
IT department and MIT had a representative, I had grabbed the Yale
dude's info but can't seem to readily find it if I do I can pass that
along to you tho.
Also I can confirm Matt's feelings on the lack of overall interest in
DVD Media, and a desire for usb media ( while I know there has been many
a chat on the increased $$ aspect of printed usb media)
Corey W Sheldon
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