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Re: NCEE '98 Roundup
On Sun, 11 Oct 1998, Matthew Patton wrote:
> The skinny: 5 CD's, 8 - TShirts.
i'm really sorry to hear this.
if i can find a way to handle t-shirt orders via the web, i'll buy the
shirts back from you.
> We did field questions on what software was used to generate the
> wireframe, and sadly we didn't know. Dug?
lightwave/photoshop on NT, soon to be blender/povray/gimp on OpenBSD.
> We need better visibility, more corporate 'credibility.' We need to
> somehow get our message into the types who make bundled products: single
> box managed firewalls, web servers, other all-in-one solutions and the
> like. Of late, most of these ~$1000 products use Linux as their OS.
and everyone's heard about netscape and intel's investment in linux.
i hate to say it, but we need marketing, if this is the goal. someone
should step up to the plate on this one, because i'd hate to see theo
have to mess with it.
i dunno what the legal status of the OpenBSD project is, currently, but it
would be easy to incorporate as a non-profit here in the US.
> Also does anyone have a wild guess as to the size of our user community?
no idea. perhaps the OpenBSD installation procedure should also include
optional registration (well, subscription to email@example.com