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Le 2010-10-12 20:05, Alexandro Colorado a écrit :

I am not sure it makes sense to split marketing efforts between countries.
Is much better to have separation between languages instead.

Hi Alexandro:

For some countries, a split like this would help in getting representation to expositions; LinuxFests; conventions. It is about marketing the brand in the represented country. I believe this is what Charles was talking about. The belief is that there was/is not enough representation in the US for the LibreOffice/OpenOffice brand and the push is to get more feet on the ground to market LibreOffice.

In Canada, from what I gather, it is non-existent. Better to pool resources in these zones to help out. If we could perhaps have a N. American contingent, then, the better for the LibreOffice brand. Once organized, the splitting of organizations along country designations would make sense.

Realistically, the US partners would obviously make the larger part of contributions just by the sheer number in population.

Wouldn't this make sense for Mexico as well?


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