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When it comes to communicate, unless we are on a specific campaign, I'd
rather focus on what's "general".

I don't I'm making any mistake by saying that the average user will need
something a little more edgy to have better functionality ? Especially when
it comes to LibreOffice I'd rather encourage the average user to use the
last build since it helps compatibility with MS Office which is, we will
all agree, a major concern to most users.

The enterprise on the contrary might sacrifice in general the functionality
to be able to implement a software that WORKS.

That's what most companies do, and I don't see in what LibreOffice changes

On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 3:10 PM, Italo Vignoli <>wrote:

On 10/5/12 3:04 PM, Florian Monfort wrote:

One version for the average user, one version for the enterprise. The
one being for the enterprise of course.

The problem is that there are enterprises happy with the old version and
other happy with the new version, and individual users sticking with the
old version for years.

This happens not only with LO but also with MS Office, where there are
companies who are upgrading years after the first customer shipment date.

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