[linux-elitists] also

hwbj@twcny.rr.com hwbj@twcny.rr.com
Mon Sep 16 13:55:47 PDT 2002


On Sun, Sep 15, 2002 at 09:04:47PM -0700, Don Marti wrote something like this:

> The first is often effective in introducing free software to
> well-funded organizations, and working towards its success there.
> The second can be a long-term investment in attracting the wannabe
> hackers who will be the developers of the future.  (In other words,
> the first makes you popular with shortsighted corporate drones,
> and the second makes you popular with 14-year-old Swedish punks.)
> Both are currently necessary, and I find myself using both depending
> on the audience.


but which one is more effective in picking up those hot bsd-chicks?



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