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because of this Ubuntu packaging bug that Bjorn Michaelsen even
recently downgraded from high to low:
Localized LibreOffice on Ubuntu makes substandard impression on
non-English users. It requires additional hacking without any notice
to the non-English speaking users.

Is there a way a language team (like Slovenian who has detected
another nasty bug in packaging Slovenian LibreOffice package as a way of
stopping its version to be packaged in such a buggy way for Ubuntu?

It is substandard for the LibreOffice project and it is an insult to
the LibreOffice translation community. Should they rebrand it to
"non-US-helpless-LibreOffice for Ubuntu"? Isn't this a blocker of some


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