> I don't think it's a good idea to put forward OpenOffice,
> Firefox or Thunderbird as examples of open source innovation.
> All are too similar to exisiting Microsoft products to be called
There's no point in making references to software that Joe Public cannot
relate to directly.
If you are addressing a technical audience you can promote software that
your audience understands, but if you want to speak to the masses you must
do so in a way that they can understand.
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