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Re: [libreoffice-design] Who on Earth is the LibO installation target?


Hello,

it's been 10 days since my first msg was posted. No take on this? Apart
from Astron inquiring about the French curly apostrophe and a few
(positive) individual comments, this msg didn't receive any feedback
from the powers-that-be.

As I said:

Le 08/02/2014 15:30, Jean-Francois Nifenecker a écrit :
>
> *Who* is the LibreOffice installation target?
>
> -- Business and Corporate users?
>
[...]
>
> all this is *very* important in order to LibreOffice to make its way in
> businesses and corporate environments. Failing to do so is shooting
> oneself in the foot.
>


LibreOffice is a strong and living project. I'm stumped when I see that
the topic of showing LibO strengths to corporate and administration
environments doesn't bring much discussion.

--
Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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