tomas.fasth at twinspot.net
Thu Jan 29 20:52:42 CET 1998
> I'm just not sure it's worthwhile to position this program as a clone of
> PGP. If you write it they will come. Meaning that a large population of
> hackers will adopt a solid functional freeware privacy program, and will
> provide excellent word-of-mouth advertising, in addition to whatever other
> methods of advertising are used. This is pretty much the way PGP spread.
> Give the program its own unique identity. In the long run, a solid freeware
> privacy program will have a much LARGER market than PGP ever could.
I agree. Well spoken.
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