On Fri, 2011-03-18 at 20:24 +0300, Sophie Gautier wrote:
On 18/03/2011 20:17, Florian Effenberger wrote:
webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote on 2011-03-18 17.26:
Is LibreOffice organized or registered as a non-profit organization?
I found this link in one of the e-newsletters I receive daily.
I wonder if this free advertising would be something that TDF and
LibreOffice would qualify for? Free advertising is something
LibreOffice could sure use to spread the word about this great package
and the open source software cause.
thanks for pointing this out! Indeed, we already applied for that --
sorry if I've missed to communicate it on this list.
As soon as we receive a reply from Google, I'll let you know. :)
I quickly read the news this morning but I think it's dedicated to US
based non for profit.
I think there are a couple of google programs here, for example there
may be some break on license fees when using google Apps to perform the
activities for a non-profit. I believe is separate from the program of
receiving credits towards adsense placements.
One way into that it appears, or perhaps just a listing on a web site,
is this web form:
The examples used for asking Where the non-profit is located
specifically shows a non-USA address, so I would presume the programs
are not limited to USA non-profits.
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