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On 20/05/2011 20:23, Tom Davies wrote:

Do we need it to be perfect first time?  
I don't believe there is any such thing as perfection.  

Over time, the brochure will change.

Or, going the other way isn't it dangerous to mention non-Windows platforms?  Is 
 it wise to mention other platforms at all?

The brochure should list the OSes found on the DVD.

On the DVD you can have a more extensive document that states what
operating systems LibO has been compiled for, and where to obtain the
compiled binaries, and source code.

If there is enough space on the brochure, you can state the half dozen
or so operating systems that Windows users have never heard of, that
LibO has been ported to.

If LibO is ported to Android, iOS (Apple), or Blackberry OS, then a
different brochure for mobile platforms can be constructed.

If LibO is ported to XrossMediaBar, Xbox 360 system software, or Wii
system software, then a different brochure for gaming platforms can be
constructed. (I can see it now: "How to use the Wii nunchak to edit an
Impress presentation".)

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