Free Your Phone
renaissanceman at macmail.com
Sun Jan 21 20:23:22 CET 2007
Well, that wasn't so hard now was it. Maybe those who're so keen to
make a big fuss and accuse people like Crossland of religious fervour
could take a page out of Sean's book?
On 21 Jan 2007, at 2:28 pm, Sean Moss-Pultz wrote:
> On 1/21/07 4:57 AM, "Dave Crossland" <dave at lab6.com> wrote:
>> On 20/01/07, Sean Moss-Pultz <sean_mosko at fic.com.tw> wrote:
>>> the OpenMoko Linux Distribution
>> Can the FIC marketting department call it 'the OpenMoko GNU/Linux
> We'll just call it OpenMoko. I think short simple branding will be
> key for
> us if we want main stream appeal. Don't worry though, I have something
> special in the form of a user's manual that will give credit to GNU.
>> Given that the free software nature of the phone is its primary
>> feature, it seems strange not to acknowledge the GNU project,
>> which is
>> the whole reason there is free software at all...
> We will definitely acknowledge this.
>>> Join us. "Free Your Phone."
>> I totally love this catch phrase! I hope that the FIC marketting uses
>> it as the official tagline of all its openmoko devices!
> It will for sure! This just popped into my head one day while taking a
> shower. I think it's really started to stick. Plus somebody who knows
> _nothing_ about Free Software can still related to it.
> Thanks for your comments!
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