[Fsfe-ie] IFSO Wiki updates
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Wed Jun 29 09:00:02 CEST 2005
* 22.214.171.124 SwpatBulletPointsWed, 29 Jun 2005 07:00:02 -0000
classifications like "pure software", grammatical tricks like "software as such", and
undefined terms like "technical", and "field of technology".
+ Addition by Mel (I think this is the most critical part)
+ * '''If unsure, don't do something unfixable.'''. This should be VERY prominant.
+ URL: http://www.ifso.ie/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi/SwpatBulletPoints?action=diff
* DavidGolden SoftwarePatents/DraftPressReleaseWed, 29 Jun 2005 07:00:02 -0000
Title caps as per colm
'''DRAFT - NOT FOR RELEASE'''
- = Software Patents Bad for SMEs and Free Software - IFSO =
+ = SOFTWARE PATENTS BAD FOR SMES AND FREE SOFTWARE - IFSO =
Sheer Cheek from me now - alternate title? -- DavidGolden
@@ -112, +112 @@
* Not to disagree in the main with Colm here, but AFAIK do worry somewhat about word count if you are pushing onto a wire service, you're charged for all the words, not just the quotes the journos use. Worrying about word count should make for snappier quotes anyhoo :-) -- DavidGolden
* I tend to be brutally honest, I really should have mentioned that. -- Colm MacCarthaigh (colm at stdlib.net)
* Nowt wrong with that. I suggest people look over something like http://toolkit.prnewswire.com/PRNewswireEurope/writingtips.shtml
- * Oh, I left something out. Convention holds that you CAPITALISE THE TITLE of a press-release. Though increasingly this is becoming optional, capitalising the title makes you look like you know what you're at :) -- CMC
+ * Oh, I left something out. Convention holds that you CAPITALISE THE TITLE of a press-release. Though increasingly this is becoming optional, capitalising the title makes you look like you know what you're at :) -- CMC [Capitalised...] URL: http://www.ifso.ie/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi/SoftwarePatents/DraftPressRelease?action=diff
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