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On 11 June 2011 02:45, Marc Paré <> wrote:

Le 2011-06-10 17:26, Andrea Pescetti a écrit :

 Italo Vignoli wrote:

On 6/10/11 1:22 PM, Andrea Pescetti wrote:

Italo Vignoli wrote:

It's great to see that the LibreOffice download size will be 30
MBytes... if only that was true! ...

The sentence should have been "30 MB smaller than the previous one",
which is what I told him on the phone.

Yes sure, I think it was clear to everybody following the LibreOffice
development that you had said "reduced by 30 MBytes" while the
journalist understood "reduced to 30 MBytes".

By the way, provided he transcribed the rest accurately, I see big news
coming, like training and certification services managed by the Document
Foundation directly. This is definitely an important step.

This to me would be most welcomed services for everyone, and especially
from the TDF! +1

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