Yes, I know - I'm becoming a plaque to the list with this.
No one seems interested in writing a case study/success story. But, when
a journalist looks at KDE.ie later this week (and they will) I really
*really* want to to say to themselves... "hmmm... it looks like a good
few companies in Ireland are using KDE... I better write up an article
around the press release".
So - instead of writing a few paragraphs, if you want to get listed on a
"companies/organisations using KDE" just send me an e-mail off list
Number of desktops using KDE:
And if you want to write a few paragraphs or offer KDE services them by
all means read on:
And sorry for plaguing...
On Saturday 19 March 2005 15:02, Barry O'Donovan wrote:
> 1) The commercial section (http://www.kde.ie/commercial.php). If your
> company offers any KDE services (support, consulting, open source or
> proprietary KDE s/w development, etc) then fill in this simple form:
> 2) Success stories/case studies (http://www.kde.ie/case_studies.php).
> This is a Linux list so presumably there are many of you in
> organisations or companies where KDE is used on the desktop. If so,
> then please fill out this form:
>>http://enterprise.kde.org/bizcase/addcase.php>> Please try and be detailed/informative with the case study/success
>> Content will be mirrored on both KDE::Enterprise and KDE.ie. Contact
> details and a link will be included (good for Google ranking).
>> There has been a talk lately on this list about the press' bias to
> commercial software and companies. Well here's a chance (with little
> overhead) to start evening the balance.
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