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Hi Marc,

thanks for pushing this forward! We can also talk about this during today's call, but in general:

Marc Paré wrote on 2010-11-11 06.42:
With the release date for the LibO final version approaching, I am just
wondering what should we be getting reading ready from the viewpoint of
marketing/publicity for the release of LibO to the public?

Is there a list of products? Flyers, presentation (I believe this is
being worked on), communiqué, after-release resources. We should also
talk about how to keep the buzz going for the post-release LibO.
Regionally speaking, on a country per country basis, should we be
preparing publicity for the release date?

Lots of materials are still missing. We should draft a PR soon, and should also collect a list of features and what's new, illustrated with images. That would be really helpful. Anything else we can get, like flyers, brochures, presentations, are of course highly welcome.

I'll put that topic on the agenda for today's marketing call.


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