(Fwd) Re: installparties schlecht f"urn ruf?

From: Stefan Fiedler (sf@service.at)
Date: Die Apr 03 2001 - 00:37:23 CEST


> http://www.kuro5hin.org/?op=displaystory;sid=2001/4/1/222543/1168 da
> stehn interessante argumente drin...

und die beste antwort steht gleich im forum darunter:


"There was a woman pouring free samples of Mug root beer at Walmart
this weekend. Hypothetical conversation:

Me: Mug root beer, huh.
Her: That's right. Would you like to try some?
Me: If it doesn't spread by word of mouth, you've got a crappy
Her: He's wise beyond his years.
Me: And if you have to pour it for me here, what'm I gonna do when I
get home? Her: You are right. These product demos are actually

Installfests are not about gathering enough massive brainpower in one
room to overcome the enormous complexity of installing Linux. They
about having a party to spread the word, showing people there is a
community of support and pooling resources (hardware, software and
mental). If your coke-drinking friend honestly got the wrong
impression, then yes, your LUG is doing a bad job. But it's not an
inherent flaw in the idea."


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