I love the idea. Effective and funny. We should find the word or concept
to use instead of "free".
On 15 October 2016 at 18:16, Matthew Miller <mat...@fedoraproject.org>
> When I ask what people would like from Fedora, one of the most common
> requests is "make it either LTS or rolling release". Since these are
> very different thing with very different impact on users, I usually dig
> deeper and find that the real thing is people are worried about losing
> a day or two to upgrading.
> I've been emphasizing for a while now that our answer is to address
> that actual pain point, and rather than changing the way we release,
> we're solving it by making upgrades easy. And with Fedora 25, it seems
> like we're really getting there. Since it's one of the top things
> people present as a problem, and we've got an answer, I think we should
> develop some marketing around it.
> I just updated my system and it took about 26 minutes. I think it'd be
> fun to play with the 1980s pizza chain delivery promise, and have some
> banners and maybe stickers with related slogans and graphics. (Of course,
> Fedora is _always_ free; that should be worked in somehow.)
> What do you all think?
> Matthew Miller
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