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The only problem I had with the BrOffice online magazine was there was no
English Translation. Maybe if the idea of an International LibreOffice
online magazine was in several of the "common" languages, like English,
French, German, Spanish, etc., besides Brazil's Portuguese THEN it would be
more International than what BrOffice's publication was.
Some time ago this was discussed in this list. Many people suggested that a
multilanguage magazine would be difficult and could not include relevant
contents to all countries, ethinics and so on.
My personal point of view is: LibreOffice could publish a "generic"
magazine, in english, with content from all over the world. People from
specific locations could use the example to produce local magazines.
I would love to see a publication, in many languages, that showcased
LibreOffice world wide. Have news about what countries and multinational
companies are moving away from MSO and towards LibreOffice.
Here in Brazil, we thought about an international magazine. We have made a
little try when we published an English version for OO International Meeting
in 2010. Some of you may have seen it.
Maybe with such a publication, in many languages, some organizations,
governments, etc., etc., would look at LibreOffice as a more serious player
in the office suite market, let alone the Open Source's office suite market.
I still have the dream to make it happen. Maybe Klaibson and some other
people, including those from BrOffice Magazine (sorry, but we couldn't
change its name yet), can join forces and try to make it come true. maybe
some people from other countries could help too ;-)
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