Takeshi Abe wrote on 2012-02-07 16:40:
Let me share a good news for LibreOffice at this February.
Japan OSS promotion forum  has announced the second offer of service 
for supporting those who suffered by Tohoku earthquake at March 2011 .
The point is that it picks LibreOffice 3.4.5 up as a main content of its
free CD/DVD, instead of OpenOffice.org which was chosen at the first
release of the service at July 2011.
Even better it also contains a migration guide for existing OOo users,
written in Japanese, which OpenOffice.org Users Group Japan  kindly
That publicly encourages people to migrate to LibreOffice.
thank you very much for sharing these news with us! It is really good to
see that people are working to help those who suffered from the
earthquake, and that LibreOffice can support these efforts.
I wish you best of luck, and hope that the earthquake victims can get to
normal life back soon!
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