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Hi Marc,

This is a great idea! And we can do this quite soon I think. One way the
wider marketing community can help -- so everyone on this list -- is to
provide instructions for adding/changing email signatures.

In this way, we can have a blog post encouraging people to mention
LibreOffice in their signatures, with a few examples. Then underneath,
quick instructions for common email clients/servics. I can do
Thunderbird, ProtonMail and Google Mail... Who can help with others? eg:

* Outlook (desktop app and web version)
* Apple Mail
* Yahoo! Mail

If anyone is using one of those and can write a couple of lines
explaining how to change signatures (eg where the option is), that'd be
great -- thanks a lot!


On 13/09/2020 22:53, Marc Paré wrote:
Hi all,

As we are talking about ways to attract new people to the
TDF/LibreOffice project, I would like to suggest we choose a day in the
year where the marketing team would run a campaign encouraging people to
add to their email signatures their support for the LibreOffice project.
This could be a yearly recurring event run by the marketing team and
where we could suggest some signature links or comments for people on
our mailing lists to add to their signature (at the bottom of their

This in itself would be a good way to promote the LibreOffice project
and inspire others to try and perhaps join in on the fun.

For example, on most of my email aliases I have added some lines of
support for LibreOffice (see below). Most of my contacts are now aware
of LibreOffice and I must say that many of my contacts are now using
LibreOffice either exclusively or in conjunction with MSOffice.



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