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Re: Unfortunate articles



On Sat, 20 Aug 2005, Rahul Sundaram wrote:

> Remember that many of the opinionated people have a lot of energy which 
> means that you can convince them to be constructive critics or even 
> voracious participants. Pay more attention to any valid criticism that 
> you might getting and try to address that directly. So the action plan 
> is pretty neat

This is incredibly important for all of us to keep in mind.

Marketing Fedora is more than just telling everyone "Fedora is wicked
cool, use it."  It's also about creating Wild Raving Lunatic Fedora 
Supporters -- and one of the surest ways to do that is to start with a 
Wild Raving Lunatic.  :)

The passion of open source advocates is sometimes a pain in the ass, but
it can be turned to *tremendous* advantage.  And as Rahul notes, one of
the best ways to do it is to find the valid criticisms, acknowledge them, 
and fix them.

--g

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