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Hi Marc, all,

this topic is one I like very much :-)

A few years back we had a similar activity in the OOo marketing project with lots of proposals, a voting and finally one official slogan (positioner) for ("Open. For Business")
(Search the OOo marketing list archive for "positioner")

Marc Paré schrieb:
There was some bantering back and forth a while ago with different
words. Should we develop a slogan for LibO?

Definitively yes!

Should we develop a
different slogan for each language or have a translation of one slogan
for languages?

Most of the slogans don't translate easily. But we should try to find a common central conclusion.

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
"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"


Would you mind to position them on a new wiki page?

As the list will probably become longer, it might be problematical to work on them here at the list.

Best regards


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