Hi Paulo, Bernard et al:
Le 2011-06-15 20:44, Paulo de Souza Lima a écrit :
This is the real point: We were really commited with LibreOffice until that
discussion when we managed to show what was really going on in Brazilian
community in this list. I have to say that somehow I was a kind of pessimist
about TDF and LibreOffice (personally speaking). I think some people had
In Brazil, many people see with good looking another open source office
suite. More choices, more freedom. But people who was working in BrOffice
Community still remains with LibreOffice, for now, despite those
disagreements. If TDF become more sensible to our needs than used to be,
maybe this situation could be pending to a side in favour of TDF and
Sorry for those words, but it's the real truth.
I tried to follow the prior discussion you and others from the Brasilian
membership had with the TDF members on this list. I hope that many of
the issues have been resolved. It is nice to have the PT-BR on our site
and helping out and we are all very appreciative of the Brasilian
membership. You are all terrific contributors!
I also agree with Bernhard that you should be allowed to use the logo
with TDF subline. And, as you are taking a lead in helping organizing
the "International LibreOffice Magazine", this would also give even more
validity to the use of the TDF subline. I don't think that this is a 180
degree turn around; it is just a matter of both groups trying to resolve
differences of opinion. I think we are past this and we can now move on.
It will be something like this:
This logo I like better.
This the logo of magazine:
If I understand it right, the magazine is a work of the Brazilian
community. In my eyes it should be allowed to use the logo with TDF subline
(if you want to use it, of course) describing it as official resource of the
Well. We were hardly criticized for using it, and also the domain name (
libreoffice.org.br) and the brand in our old website. This would be a 180
degree turnaround. Am I wrong?
An official statement giving those rights to Broffice (now LibreOffice)
magazine would be pretty nice in order to clear any doubt.
I would think that getting official rights to using the TDF subline on
the "LibreOffice Magasine Brasil" will be permitted by the TDF/SC.
Bernhard -- would this have to be taken up on the design mailist?
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