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Re: [seul-edu] RE: selling Linux

My 2 cents:

1. Scope what the person needs.
2. See if there is a viable solution using Linux and or a Linux/other
combination (depending on what the person needs).  
3. See if it meets *their* expectations, not what you think their
expectations should be.
4. Install ;)


Daniel Guermeur wrote:
> BTW if you try to sell Linux by saying Microsoft is bad you may have a hard
> time... and also this is not really convincing. I would present Linux as a
> viable alternative. Here we use Linux for all our client servers not because
> it is better than Microsoft but because it is easier to work with, maintain
> and also it cheaper too...
> my 2cts.
> D aniel

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