Subject: Re: CDROMs
To: Gordon W. Ross <email@example.com>
From: Markus Illenseer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/01/1997 20:44:08
> CDs are cheap. Make one with tons o' sources, and then
> one more for each architecture with binaries (or maybe
> just the ones with a relatively large user base...)
You obviously have no idea about the costs of not only creating a CD-ROM
(cheapest part) but to distribute and taking the risk, not speaking of
daring the money.
How many CD-ROMs would you dare to order from the CD-ROM Manufacturer
Which architecture to start with? Which to follow?
Pardon my tongue, but it gives me the creeps when people start talking
PS: You really could strip the To: and Cc:, could you?