On Oct 31, 2010, at 5:35 AM, Monfort Florian wrote:
Le dimanche 31 octobre 2010 à 00:39 -0400, Marc Paré a écrit :
Le 2010-10-30 23:05, Graham Lauder a écrit :
On Sunday 31 Oct 2010 14:24:08 Anthony Papillion wrote:
On 10/30/2010 7:54 PM, Michel Gagnon wrote:
I have another idea. I see on all French distributors in the "magazine"
section magazines specialised with a specific distribution ( Fedora or
OpenSuse or ubuntu etc ... ). These provide one CD or DVD with the
distro, some additional packages. The content of the magazine is always
a basic explanation of the installation, use etc ...
Why couldn't we do the same for LibO ? These magazines costs only about
9€ ... Which I don't know what's the equivalent in dollars sorry !
But if they can do it with distros, maybe we can do it with a CD
containing the libO suite, and some softwares from our future partners ?
This is a way to show some visibility without the "formal" and "usually
expensive" Microsoft way to sell his own suite. I think people could
really be interested about it.
Several of us have written for OpenOffice.org magazine special issues that are put out about once
per year by Linux Identity:
They are a French company (with some offices in Poland), but offer the magazines in English. I
have seen them on the shelves of major retailers including Barnes and Noble. The magazine
includes a DVD with the OOo installer and other bonus materials.
This may be what you've seen on store shelves, too. Look around in that same section and let us
know if you see the OOo special edition there. (The latest one even has my picture in it. :)
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