Subject: Re: your mail
To: Matthew Orgass <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 04/23/1999 08:57:04
>> We have such a thing: "Of course it runs NetBSD." I was on the hook for a
>> logo (or, more precisely, my SO, who works at a design firm, was) but it
>> keeps getting put on the back burner by other projects -- I'll see if I
>> can speed it up.
> I don't know the history of this slogan, but I have to say that from a
>marketing point of view it has serious flaws:
>1) It does not identify what the product is
as if "where do you want to go today?" does? that makes me think of a
automobile or an airline. not an operating system.
>2) It is the answer to a question which should not need to be asked in the
no...more to the point, it seems to be answering a question about
hardware, not about what netbsd can do.
>3) It does not directly associate any qualities with NetBSD
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