Re: ProgSoc Money
Jollinus Rashid Salehy (firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU.AU)
Thu, 17 Mar 1994 17:09:20 +1000 (EST)
On Thu, 17 Mar 1994, Someone wrote :
> It's not discrimination as such. What it means is that you can charge a
> higher fee for people who are going to actually use resources as opposed
> to people who only want a cheap TFM/Sun User Guide every year. I mean, if
> it ends up that there is only 30 people actually using ProcSoc for anything
> useful, why shouldn't they pay a different (higher) membership fee than
> someone who was suckered into buying the manual.
> No need to make the suckers fund the activity of the elite few.
But isn't it true that alot of the people that were actually suckered into
buying the TFM rather than buying it of their own accord, may actually
start to use resources as a result of this ?.