[ubuntu-uk] Kodak launch refillable inkjet printers
evilcorporation at gmail.com
Wed Feb 14 00:18:04 GMT 2007
On 14/02/07, Daniel Watkins <D.M.Watkins at warwick.ac.uk> wrote:
> No, seriously, if we do nothing, things are just bound to change, aren't
> they? That's the way all change has happened in this world.
Market forces change the world. Not much else.
If GNU/etc represents enough of a revenue to a manufacturer they will
provide support/drivers. They will factor in the costs of development and
support, and come to a decision based on the business case.
Looking a printers, it appears that, quite often, it is actually in their
interests to provide support, but not always.
It is naive to think that well meaning letters, t-shirts and leaflet
campaigns have any bearing.
I cannot possibly produce evidence, but that doesn't mean we should stop
> doing it. There is no evidence that it does harm, all it can do is
> improve things. So why _not_ do it?
I have nothing against you doing it. Go ahead, fill your boots.
I would sooner Kodak didn't support us. As I said, the more people to whom
they provide support, the more likely they are to be successful. I would
like to see Kodak go out of business because of their past behaviour.
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