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Hi Edwin,

Welcome, and great to have you on board! Spreading awareness about LibreOffice around the world is indeed one of the goals of the Marketing Project. Very soon I'll be making short demonstration videos about new features in LibreOffice 5.2, so would you be interested in providing a translation or voiceover for them in Cantonese or Mandarin? That would be a huge help.

Other things you can do to help out:

* Translate our flyers:

* Organise a local event to demonstrate LibreOffice (may be worth talking to a Linux User Group for ideas):

* Join our next conference call (probably mid-July - we'll post about it here):

Thanks again!


On 24.06.2016 09:58, Edwin Lee wrote:
Hi everyone,

My name is Edwin Lee. I am new to the LO marketing group. I run a
small IT/web consultancy in Hong Kong. I am interested in contributing
to generating greater awareness of LO.

As I work predominantly with SMEs and non-profits, I am hoping that
the saving to remote server function will eventually include Dropbox.
The adoption of Dropbox has been impressive. Many SMEs/non-profits
around the world have gotten rid of their internal file server and
replaced that with Dropbox.

Personally, I use LibreOffice because I use all three platforms  -
Windows, Mac and Linux.

I believe there are three main segments (personal/SMEs) that LO targets:
1. Freedom lovers or OSS fans
2. Cost conscious users
3. Power users - such as version control, which does not exist in
local MS Office files, unless you save the document to the cloud on
Office 365 or a SharePoint server.

Each segment will require a different  marketing approach/message.

Thank you,

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