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Re: potato late, goals for woody (IMHO)


        I thought we were committed to making the Best Free Linux
 distribution there is -- and obsolscent does not seem to jive with

       Any reason why we should _not_ want faster release cycles?

>>"Steve" == Steve Greenland <stevegr@debian.org> writes:

 Steve> We are not a company that needs to have a market. We are a group of
 Steve> people creating something that we care about. There are a certain number
 Steve> of people who will prefer this to using a product like Redhat or Suse
 Steve> to which they can make no real contribution. While it is certainly
 Steve> possible for for that number to drop below viability, I'll not that the
 Steve> Amiga still has a huge dedicated userbase, despite the difficulty in
 Steve> dealing with a closed system. In other words, bringing up the Amiga is
 Steve> an argument that the 'elite specialized product' model *can* work, given
 Steve> that our goal is not to make a bunch of money.

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