Subject: Re: Community Issues ** LONG **
To: Michael Graff <>
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Date: 02/22/1999 09:09:33
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To: Michael Graff <>
Subject: Re: Community Issues ** LONG **
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On 21 Feb 1999, Michael Graff wrote:

> (Trouble Free RecepPFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF) writes:
> I also don't think NetBSD has much of a chance without someone taking
> the PR lead and getting NetBSD to be more widely known.  It is very
> embarassing to see "works on FreeBSD and linux, and probably OpenBSD"
> but NO mention of NetBSD.

One thing that can be done (this was suggested a while back by someone,
but I don't recall who) is anytime one of us creates a package is to ask
the author of the program to create a link from the homepage of their
software to the NetBSD package.  As far as commercial software, I don't
have any great suggestions.