>>This obviously was not sent to a hundred addresses indiscriminantly and
>>is related to the nature of the list. therefore is not SPAM.
>I'm still considering it SPAM. Perhaps not by the definition you use but
>it's ment to sell a product..
This is dead. By dictionary definition... it is not spam. What you call
it is up to you.
>>else, but they are not well designed or have what people
>>store want. They do not support the number of operating systems that we
>>do, and are no where near as easy to install.
>The quality of a cart is not defined by the numbers of operatings it's
>supporting. The cart I'm talking about can be installed within 5 minutes
>if you already know the cart. Otherwise it takes you 15-30 minutes. The
>old docs did suck.. I wrote a new one and started writing a complete howto
>on that particular cart. Some free products may need additional work. But
>that goes for commercial products too.
It is defined by how it can satisfy the needs of a customer. And I am
saying that do it better then any open source product which competes with
ours. You seem to be fixated on the fact that I am attacking the open
source movement. I am not. What I am doing is comparing the products.
>IF you know how to write code you could always join with the developers op
>opensource and create a better product. Otherwise you may help them by
>writing docs, test and point them to bugs/errors or just ask for features..
I can, and sometimes do, however there is nothing wrong with creating
something that can fulfill a demand, and charge for it. Not everything
that I do will be charged for, but I also have a little girl that wants to
be fed, and the open source movement doesn't supply food yet.
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