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Hi everyone, 

I am very new to list so I will start with an quick apology if this has
been discussed. Brief intro I am an activist in the Labor movement and
have come across numerous organizations who take the what is given to
them road of windows and OSX with Word.  So I joined here to see what
ideas there are on approaching these organizations with material and
ease to switch to Libreoffice. 

My initial thought is to obviously start locally in the regions one is
in and contacting local unions, however even as a member/activist I find
the initiation of the conversation to be a challenge and seek some types
of talking points or approaches people may suggest.

Stephen Mahood

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