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Le 2010-10-13 18:33, Andy Brown a écrit :
On Wed Oct 13 2010 15:21:08 GMT-0700 (PDT)  Manfred Usselmann wrote:
On Thu, 14 Oct 2010 00:33:19 +0300
Simos Xenitellis <> wrote:

This was on the news recently, see ars technica for a good analysis,

It is a Microsoft video to scare people away from open-source and

Wow, this is really incredible how they try to influence and scare
people in such vicious way.

Will this thing help to get Oracle to react on the Document Foundation
and LibreOffice?

How? Oracle Open Office is based on that evil thing called, which will harm you in any possible way and soon even
eating your children.

This puts me in mind of the "Political ads" running here in the United
States right now. Smear the opposition at all cost. May the other 'guy'
look worse that you are. At least they go the name right, including the
.org. :>

Even if it is a smear campaign, it is imperative that the support links and the quality of support is a "front and centre" policy of LibO. Giving user support should show predominantly everywhere you go on the site.

The underlying message the short video gives is that the support will be hard to find when you adopt the LibO suite. We should beef up the visibility of our support lines on our webpages so that this message does not prove true to our website visitors.

It is a sad marketing technique being used by "that other company".


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