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Yes, each business and personal user need to determine what version will
work best for them, but you really need to give them a good way to know
what is right for them.  The Features page has a good list of new features,
but are all those features currently working properly with, say 3.5.4, or
not working completely right now?  Some of the features, by looking at the
bug page[s], looks line are not working properly with all modules or
options in a certain module.  If the feature is listed in the feature page,
I hope that they will not be there if knowing that it is not working
properly.  That does not help with the users and the rep. of TDF/LO, if you
advertise a feature and right now it does not completely work properly.

As this is the marketing page, hopefully those really involved in
marketing LO, to personal, business, and government users, will be very
concerned with LO's rep. and how it is displayed to the users on the web

I really think that as Apache OO gets farther along, businesses and
governments may turn to Apache OO instead of LO for their open source
office package, IF TDF/LO does not get better at gearing its web site and
such to the needs of these users.  LO really went a long way to get beyond
what Oracle did, but now with OO being developed again under Apache's
system, it will take more than just "business as usual".

Very true, and very wise words.


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