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Le lundi 05 novembre 2012 à 11:56 +0100, Carlo Strata a écrit :
Fine Charles!

I search for, I see and I appreciate so much:
*provide a 64 Bit build also for _Mac_ and _Windows_* (You lost the 
final "s" on Windows... ;-) )

  * what's the point? are there any benefits other than marketing? --
  * I believe there would be improved speeds? Also, I believe, we have
    already delayed enough to move to 64bit versions ? -- sumuthu


I'll read the entire document as soon as possible!

Have a nice day!


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Il 05/11/2012 11.50, Charles-H. Schulz ha scritto:
Hear hear (for the ones who hadn't heard it already),

The upcoming 3.7 branch will actually be our 4.0. This will give you an
overview of the expected changes :

And it also gives you a hint of what UI changes you may want to push for
the release.

The purpose of my mail was however to:
       * make you aware of these news
       * suggest we restart a splashscreen contest for the 4.0
       * anything UIish and nice-looking you would have in mind for the
         4.0 is welcome.


Charles-H. Schulz
Co-Founder & Director, The Document Foundation,
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