Instead of, why not...

Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg listsub at
Sat Feb 12 07:57:56 PST 2005

Anthony Atkielski wrote:
> Scott I. Remick writes:
>>A better realworld example (which has been mentioned before) is
>> vs. I think that better reflects what
>>people are suggesting for
> Agreed!  Although both sites actually aim at similar markets, since
> sendmail is not really something that anyone would use anywhere except
> on a server.  (Nobody runs sendmail on a desktop, strictly speaking.)

They both aim at exactly the same market, but different personalities.
While aims at the more technical people, usually the ones 
that will actually run the software, aims for the 
directors, the ones that make the decision to run it.
Our current website is perfect for the first category, but 
believe me, it scares the shit out of the higher management kind of 
people. Argue all you want that people like that should not be allowed 
to make such decisions, I've seen it happen and Im sure it happens all 
the time.

So far, I have not seen one single valid argument against a website or a new logo, so I side with the people that 
wants some changes to happen in this one.


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