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Poland becomes first country (except US) to reach 10,000 pledges!

Dzień Pobierania 2008It’s amazing!

Of course we know we have a great community in Poland! And yes, Mike and Jane have been with a part of at Pierogarnia when the Download Day campaign started…

But we did not expect that we’d be topping the list after the first day! Beating 10,000 pledges!!!

That’s exciting and crazy! 40-million country is showing what is capable of when provoked! 🙂

My favorite comment from today’s is “They ask for a DDoS? We’ll give them one to remember!” 🙂

I’m wondering if basing on this we can claim more seats in UN, European Parlament or demand our piece of the North Pole (North – Pole… got it? I believe it’s a strong argument).

I want to thank all the people who help us, who are with us, and who’re sharing with us the same beliefs and values. We promise not to fail your trust. 🙂

p.s. dear Germany, in a few days you’ll have a chance to beat us in something else, don’t worry 😉

update: Poland was also the first (except US) to pass 20k and 30k despite huge pressure from Brazil. 🙂

7 replies on “Poland becomes first country (except US) to reach 10,000 pledges!”

With all due respect, what kind of success it is supposed to be (other than marketing one) if you are calling people to download FF on particular day only to achieve this record? By this announcement you (Mozilla) will make people download 10 copies of FF only to achieve this goal.

Nonetheless, it will only mean that users downloaded it right after release, not that user base rose drastically.
But all right, I accept the fact it is done to promote FF, not to show “Look how powerful we are…”
If only Opera was capable of doing such noise (in positive sense, of course). 🙂

We enjoy this world, we want to have fun with what we’re doing, and we invite everyone to participate with us. Don’t have to be jealous, you can join 🙂

“Don’t have to be jealous, you can join”

I probably will. I will download my copy, but I do not guarantee I will do it first day. 😉

Holy Crap!
You can barely see Albania on the map, but it’s currently second place to the U.S. (more than Brazil too).

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