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I am happy to announce that all PCs recycled at MicroRecycCoop (MRC) in
Montreal have been shipping with LibreOffice for some months now:

A couple of weeks ago I came back from a trip to Haiti where my mandata
was to deliver + install a 50 PC lab and network, whil etraining local
staff + students. They had LibreOffice for Windows pre-installed on all
PCs, in addition to being dual-boot Ubuntu / Trisquel systems which
already included LibreOffice. This all started when I went into MRC's
office and starting talking to its owner about putting GNU/Linux and
LibO on their systems... :) After a year or so I am happy to see the

The school I went to is part of a network of several buildings & schools
where I had the opportunity to have similar discussions and sometimes
leave copies of LibO and GNU/Linux live CDs.

I also copied / gave away ~60 copies of the installers during several
workshops there, it turned out great. I didn't know there is a spelling
dictionary for creole! That extension for LibreOffice and other
free-software related projects are listed here now:


Fabian Rodriguez

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