Re: Office Suite for Debian Linux
On Thu, Aug 17, 2000 at 09:07:09AM +0200, Paul Slootman <email@example.com> spake forth:
> I wonder how he's going to be in dozens of countries across the world
> towards the end of September :-) This is so clearly a standard ploy
> to attract business; if someone responds, he goes to where ever the
> "offices" happen to be. Should this be considered spam? As far as I'm
> concerned, it's unsollicited commercial email, thus spam.
Perhaps. Or perhaps, as the sender told me in an email after I explained
the distributed & non-commercial nature of Debian in a gentler way, he
simply thought our offices were in California. Wonder what could've led to
such a silly belief...
Software in the Public Interest, Inc. (DEBIAN6-DOM)
PO Box 273
Tracy, CA 95378-0273
Domain Name: DEBIAN.ORG
Hmm. :) I hate spam. I hate spammers. And I probably think that this
company's software is crap, and it probably has a standard closed EULA
clickthru-type license. But I think we may be jumping to conclusions about
this guy's intentions...
Mike Markley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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