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I think this is a great idea, and I was also wondering if the Scribus
project couldn't be added to it. 

After all LibreOffice doesn't provide a REAL and COMPLETE publication
solution face to INDesign, QuarkXpress etc ... Scribus is a good one,
and is free.

Le vendredi 29 octobre 2010 à 09:29 -0400, James Walker a écrit :
Maybe something that we should think about is creating a Document Foundation
family of products.

I would not really put more products into the main LibreOffice software, but
find and/or create additional products that enhance the usability of LO.
One thing we really need to think about is an email/calender product. and
some kind of project management product that easily intergrates with LO,
even if those products are ones that are out there already they need to be
easily intergrated into LO.  Are there any that have kind of staled that we
could approach the community to help them out and bring them under the
foundation to help them grow.

Of course the easy thing to do would be a partnership with Mozilla,  and use
Thunderbird, and Lightening.

I have always felt that the project has been missing email, calender and
contact management software.


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