Summit Part 2: Funding

Kent James kent at
Thu Oct 23 19:35:35 UTC 2014

On 10/23/2014 12:32 PM, Florian Quèze wrote:
> It's probably fair to say that people load wikipedia pages to read 
> content in them, whereas the Thunderbird start page is only displayed 
> (possibly for only a split second) as a side effect of the user 
> starting Thunderbird, and is likely to be ignored by a significant 
> portions of our users. 
But it is also fair to say that Thunderbird users are much more invested 
in Thunderbird than Wikipedia users are. That is, if you use a desktop 
email client, a lot of your day consists of sitting in that desktop 
email client getting real work done.

Comparisons are hard, but they can get you to the right order of magnitude.


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