I disagree. In fact, home users are far more picky than business users.
You can have 2 different statements that are mutually exclusive appeal
to different home users whereas businesses tend to focus on the same.
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From: Nicolas Mailhot <nicolas.mailhot(a)laposte.net>
Date: Sun, 03 Jun 2007 21:29:49
To:For discussions about marketing and expanding the Fedora user base
Subject: Re: Fedora 7 "Moonshine": Freedom vs. Ease-of-Use (Part 1)
Le dimanche 03 juin 2007 à 10:19 -0400, Bryan J. Smith a écrit :
On Sun, 2007-06-03 at 13:17 +0200, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
> However we could spin it a lot better. "Fedora does not propose
> proprietary software it can't provide user support for" or "Fedora
> protects its users from lawsuits" sounds a lots better than "Red Hat
> does not want to be sued" or "Fedora objects to IP-encumbered software
> on principle" (even if all are true)
There are a thousand ways to phrase it.
But there are only a few that are right for a home user review
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