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Le 2010-10-29 03:33, Anthony Papillion a écrit :
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My local school district is looking at doing a fairly large upgrade from
MS Office 2007 to MS Office 2010 (no real reason, just the Microsoft rep
said it's time) and I'm really wanting to sell LibreOffice HARD as an
affordable alternative.

Has anyone approached education (specifically in the USA) and how did
you do it? What are the initial forays that you used and what were the


Hi Anthony:

Here is an exchange that was done previously on this mailist. You may find it interesting:


Le 2010-10-15 15:51, Casey Adams a écrit :
> Ping Mike Huffman on LinkedIn. He managed the Indiana open desktop project and has since left and is doing consulting. The project is probably about 5 years old and I know over 100,000 desktops have been deployed.
> Casey Adams
> OS4Ed Founder
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Marc Paré<>
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> Sent: Fri Oct 15 15:43:27 2010
> Subject: Re: [libreoffice-marketing] list name for the US group
> Le 2010-10-15 15:24, James Walker a écrit :
>> I am all for that. last I had heard Indiana has plans to install 300,000 >> computers using a combination of Ubuntu, and Novell for operating systems. >> I am not too sure on how many of those they have in the field at this time.
>> Check out this link for the Indiana Department of Education they have some
>> good information there.
>> James Walker




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