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FSP -- General Discussion => Prospective Participants => Topic started by: caroline on July 23, 2005, 08:14:00 am

Title: changing the implementation plan?
Post by: caroline on July 23, 2005, 08:14:00 am
I'm sure this has been discussed dozens of times already (too lazy at the moment to use the search feature ;)), but to increase the likelihood of FSP success, why not modify the implementation plan to start with a lot fewer participants (say....5,000-10,000), and then when both fence-sitters and uninterested individuals actually see the project in action, it will likely motivate more people to join? In other words, why not get the project started first, and then concentrate on recruiting? If recruitment drags on too long, some people will start to doubt that it will ever get off the ground. I would say, don't let the number 20,000 make or break the project.
Title: Re: changing the implementation plan?
Post by: Posterity on July 25, 2005, 11:40:13 am
This idea is being discussed here:  http://forum.freestateproject.org/index.php?topic=10395.0