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Florian, is there a document to share with us what major abd small players
are using us? (i ment lo) also what about testimonials, a subsite for
marketiers to share content like flyers, banners, v clipd etc...

Please note that i sent this from my new wildfire s on an old 'malta bus'
bedford on its way for a museum
On Jan 24, 2012 11:13 AM, "Florian Effenberger" <> wrote:


I was made aware of the following blogpost:**project-fatih-and-pardus/<>

The most interesting part is: "This means, LibreOffice will be shipped in
Microsoft Windows and Pardus(which already ships it as the default Office
and productivity suite) In 5 years, LibreOffice will be used in 620.000
classrooms -which means nearly every classroom in the first and secondary

I guess this is something we could use for marketing if done wisely!


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