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It's good to know and make sure. When I become a LibreOffice mail listing member, I didn't know what was the right form (LibreOffice or LibO) to use in each context.

By the way, is it correct or suggested to use "Libre Office" (with separated words)?


On 16-02-2011 01:09, Marc Paré wrote:
This is just a reminder (Italo correct me if I am wrong). We had agreed that we would, for now, market the "LibreOffice" and NOT make use of "LibO" in our marketing materials. Italo suggested that we could, if we wanted to, make use of LibO on staff manning the booths and maybe raffle off LibO shirts as "rare" T-shirts.

We want people to remember the "LibreOffice" brand before going on to any "shorter-catchy" name.



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