Re: slogans [was Re: College outreach?]

On Tue, 1 Feb 2005 20:34:40 +0100, David Neary <dneary free fr> wrote:
> Hi,
> Luis Villa wrote:
> > Big picture, after some thought a couple days after our IRC meeting, I
> > want to use 'GNOME: the desktop of choice.' I think the 'my desktop of
> > choice' was a good start, but I think some of our strongest marketing
> > points are not about personal choices, but rather the depth of our
> > community, our top-level corporate support, our ease of use, our
> > accessibility, etc.  I think these are better served by using 'the
> > desktop of choice'- 'my' limits it to things I think, I want, etc.,
> > when we want to focus on how gnome is /the/ desktop for... foo, bar,
> > baz, usability, a11y, spain, brazil, sun, redhat, novell, etc.
> >
> > Thoughts?
> I like "the desktop of choice". Do you see that as a replacement
> for, or a compliment to, the "GNOME: Software for everybody"
> theme/slogan?

Probably a replacement for? But I'm flexible. 'Choice' can imply that
the software is for everyone.


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