Sergio de Almeida Lenzi
lenzi.sergio at gmail.com
Sat Feb 5 10:38:38 UTC 2011
Em Sáb, 2011-02-05 às 00:53 -0800, perryh at pluto.rain.com escreveu:
> Robert Bonomi <bonomi at mail.r-bonomi.com> wrote:
> > Somebody saying "I'll buy it, if it supports _this_ scanner"
> > is motivation.
> So perhaps what is needed is for N FreeBSD users to say "I'll buy
> it, if it runs on FreeBSD." Any guesses on how large an N would
> be needed to provide sufficient motivation?
My experience (many, many years) says that the question is something
How much $$$ do you need to produce (compile) a FreeBSD version???
300, 500, 5000??? Money talks.
If ou make this question to Adobe, they will never hear you, but a small
may be he will.
As FreeBSD comes out with a new version about a year (or two..) 7.x ->
8.x -> 9.x
a version of the sofware needs to be done (compiled) seldom.
Let's say the ammount of money that interests Ed is US$5000.00
I am considering this kind of approach, various:
1) collect money in the freebsd community US$10 each you would need only
2) Found an org, and using tax reduction program to finance software:
here is is possible...
Any new ideas???
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