[ubuntu-uk] Vote Results!
cyberjacob at gmail.com
Thu Sep 2 22:02:10 BST 2010
It was ment to be a joke
On 2 September 2010 21:48, David King <linuxman at avoura.com> wrote:
> To all those who are not happy with results, remember that we all had a
> chance to vote. Although the design I voted for did not win, I am happy
> that I was given a chance to vote. Companies like Microsoft are not
> likely to do something like this. But in the free software community we
> can all have a say, and those who put in more will get more out of it.
> Those who submitted designs are probably happy that their design had
> some votes, even if it did not win.
> And as Alan Lord wrote, we had 2 weeks to submit ideas for designs. I
> think that there was quite a good choice of designs to choose from, they
> all looked professional and of a suitable standard.
> And because we could all contribute in some way, either by making a
> design, or voting, we are all winners here. We contributed to something
> worthwhile. Most large software companies do not bother to ask people
> for their ideas or votes, they just create stuff and hope people will
> buy/use it.
> So I will finish by thanking those who organised this and for giving us
> a vote. And remember, the most popular design was chosen.
> David King
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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