[Hoary]order cd's?, Ubuntu promotion at CeBIT and LinuxTag
mathbymath at aol.com
Tue Mar 8 15:03:29 UTC 2005
Why is this such a big problem to fix?
Wouldn't it be EXTREMELY simple just to create a simple radio button on
the ShipIt page that lets you choose either Warty or Hoary? There are
certainly some people that would rather have the TESTED stability of
Hoary (just as there is a small group of people that use Debian
This isn't such a big deal. A radio button could be put in in <30
seconds, lolz. Oh wait, I forgot, you have to ACTUALLY open up Gedit
or something to edit the HTML. Oh no!
Is there something I'm missing here?
On Mar 8, 2005, at 7:50 AM, Thomas Templin wrote:
> On Tuesday 08 March 2005 12:33, cj pangilinan wrote:
>> yes that's it.
>> On Tue, 08 Mar 2005 12:19:33 +0100, Hervé Cauwelier
>> <herve.cauwelier at nospam.free.fr> wrote:
>>> cj pangilinan wrote:
>>>> you should receive Hoary CD's.
>>> When I read ShipIt would give me Warty CD as long as there are
>>> left, I prefered to order later.
> That might become a pitfall for Ubuntu.
> What if all people will wait 'till the last Warty cd's are shipped
> out? It could last till doomsday until the first Hoary CD's get
> May be it's an idea to have a look on local linux Events and offer
> them Warty cd's. So that will be a chance to spread Warty, promote
> Ubuntu and to feed the pawlow reflex of this people, expecting what
> will bring the next release.
> I was at LinuxTag Chemnitz last weekend and there where only a
> handfull of Warty's the Gnome-de people offered at their booth.
> And as a guy from credativ told me yesterday only credativ will offer
> Warty CD's at CeBIT fair this year.
> As Rosemarie Schuster, Linux New Media, who sets up the OpenSource
> Pavillon at CeBIT fair there are no Ubuntu talks, no presentation,
> nothing at all.
> In my eyes it's a shame that all people of canonical, Ubuntu,
> Shuttleworth Foundation don't take this chance to promote Ubuntu in
> Europe. It's like having pearls for free but forget to tell anyone
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