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Le 2010-11-11 10:36, Marc Paré a écrit :
There was some bantering back and forth a while ago with different words. Should we develop a slogan for LibO? Should we develop a different slogan for each language or have a translation of one slogan for languages?

Here are a few of my suggestions:

"LibreOffice, a suite deal."
"Memories brought to you by LibreOffice"
"Take note, with LibreOffice."
"Penmanship begins with LibreOffice."
"There was the calamus, the ballpoint pen. LibreOffice, the evolution continues."
"LibreOffice, your creation, your company, your trust."
"LibreOffice ... we are all free to live."
"LibreOffice, we dared and we conquered."
"We conquered space, we created LibreOffice. Dare to imagine and you will succeed"


Some nice ideas.
I think the main slogan should remind people that LibreOffice is a series of programs that help one to write, draw, calculate... Maybe I am paranoid, but I think we should avoid: names that remind one of competitive software. So I would not recommend:
– Take note... because of OneNote and Lotus Notes
– We conquered space... too far away

I like:
– LibreOffice, a suite deal
– With LibreOffice, you really are in control of your documents (i.e. reference to open file formats)
– LibreOffice: your documents, you're in control!

In French, these would work, depending on how much text we want:
– LibreOffice, une suite qui a de la classe
– Avec LibreOffice, vous avez plein contrôle, jusqu'au bout !
– LibreOffice vous permet d'être maître de vos documents !

Michel Gagnon
Montréal (Québec, Canada) --

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