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Hi everyone,

I have read in a previous mail that a discussion has began about
building a network of marketeers for the LibreOffice community.
I would like to participate in this effort to promote LibreOffice in
Greece. As an active member of the Association of Greek Users and
Friends of FS/OSS (GreekLUG), I am involved in promoting FS/OSS in
general and it would be fantastic if I could help out more specifically,
by promoting LibreOffice.

Our Association is in full support to "The Document Foundation" and the
development of LibreOffice
many of our members are actively involved in translating (such as the
website and helping other users in
el-libreoffice mailing lists, with a special mention to Constantine
Mousafiris (Special Registrar of GreekLUG and also a member of TDF) and
Sergey Tsabolov (Vice-President & Master Administrator of the Association).

Therefore, it would be great if I could be involved as a marketeer of
LibreOffice. With the support of our Association, I am convinced we can
carry out the tasks that I will undertake and we can actively promote
LibreOffice accross Greece, organize special events about LibreOffice etc.

Please inform me about the necessary steps, as well as about the
procedure that I have to follow (eg register to a special mailing list,
contact a marketing director), in order to get involved.

Greetings from Greece,
Michalis Zisis

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