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Le 2011-06-14 19:44, Lyle Cochran a écrit :

If the page translated correctly, it appears that the ministerial
group is waiting for CD/DVDs in .iso format
for downloading. This may indicate an easy to find and download CD/DVD
.iso may also be an
important tool for distribution among other governmental entities and

More Great news for LibO!


Actually, I think what the article says is that the group was originally called MiMOOo but with the arrival of LibreOffice on the scene, it has now renamed itself to MIMO which is now a name that does not identifies itself to any opensource office suite. The MIMO is recommending that the different French Ministries participating in the MIMO group adopt LibreOffice. The MIMO group will produce its own installation DVD for LibreOffice. The disk will allow a personalized installation and will contain elements for silent installation. There will also be a USB version. The DVD and USB will be offered for Windows only and not for Linux. There will be added components such as dictionaries, image galleries, models, fonts as well as documentation for Writer, Calc, Impress and Draw. The documentation will be completely authored by the MIMO group. The new LibreOffice MIMO suite will be available in Autumn 2011 as a downloadable DVD.

So, they will be producing their own DVD and their own documentation and for Windows boxes only.



Marc Paré

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