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Le 2011-02-16 21:24, Paulo José a écrit :
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)?


Hi Paulo

The suite is called LibreOffice with no spaces.

Re: use of LibO. We had agreed a couple months ago that the use of LibO as short form would not be encouraged as we wanted to get the LibreOffice brand name known to people. This was also said in context of marketing materials. I don't think that this would apply to file naming convention as sometimes we need to abbreviate file names to make them fit.

As Italo says do not take this as an order, but IMO, I think that we would want to make our official name known before advertising a short form. Many people still have never heard of LibreOffice.

Just in case you are not aware, Italo Vignoli is our marketing lead. We rely very much on his marketing expertise and wisdom.



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