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I know we are all busy with getting the bumps ironed out of the LibO suite, but here is a little recreation exercise.


FIRST OF ALL. We should all discuss the merits of doing this exercise and discuss if we are comfortable with having an alcoholic drink named after the LibO suite.

IMO, there would also have to be a DISCLAIMER, posted on our site, such as: "LibreOffice does not advocate or encourage the abuse of alcoholic beverages. libreOffice does not, under any circumstances, accept responsibility for any damages that result to yourself or anyone else, as well as material damages, due to the consumption of alcoholic beverages. LibreOffice is an advocate of responsible and safe drinking. Please do not drink and drive."

ALSO ... if we are to adopt an alcoholic drink, I would suggest that we offer support for organisations such as MADD (N.America) or similar in various parts of the world and run a once yearly campaign drive for these organisations. It would show good will and responsibility to these organisations on our part.


We are in the process of completing the LibreOffice 3.3 Release Party wiki page. . One of the sections is on organising the party and a subsection on further organisational ideas ... of which food and drink.

For the apéritif connoisseurs in the group. Could you come up with a drink/cocktail (alcoholic and non) as suggestion(s) for a LibreOffice appéritif? Please attach the suggested name.


Could some of us come up with a suggestion for a non-alcoholic drink easily served at a non-bar/non-tavern location?Please attach the suggested name.

This is all in the name of branding fun. The drinks must agree with the branding colour palette


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