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Let's put the numbers in context. LibreOffice 3.5.x has been downloaded 4 million times from TDF 
mirrors, plus another million from other download web sites. Let's estimate a 20% phisiological 
drop, and consider "only" 4 million users (conservative). It means that 4000 complaints would be a 
mere 0,1% and 400 a negligible 0,01% (we are in the "part per million" ballpark, which is just 
amazing). Based on these figures, I do not think that claiming that the software is not stable is 
correct. Of course, we should bring any number as close as possible to 0, because there are areas 
where we could improve substantially.

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