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Personal Edition has the feeling of, not allowed somewhere (in the office)
Community vs Enterprise Edition has the feeling of, Enterprise is better
Community Project gives me the feeling that you can join. What should be
the idea behind LibO and TDF. There was also this discussion about Project
vs. Product which is more clear.

It would be glad if ReadHat as they support the development work of LibO
can ship a edition like:
LibreOffice Enterprise by ReadHat

Am Di., 20. Okt. 2020 um 10:52 Uhr schrieb Michael Weghorn <>:

On 12/10/2020 23:30, Telesto wrote:

    Some attempts:
    LibreOffice shipped by TDF.
    LibreOffice TDF release.
    LibreOffice distributed/compiled by TDF.
    LibreOffice made possible by TDF.

If "no label is not an option" (as stated by Italo), I'd currently
prefer something like "TDF Edition" over "Personal Edition" or
"Community Edition" as well, given the negative/misleading connotations
the latter may result in.
More meaningful suggestions welcome, of course. :-)

On Tue, 13 Oct 2020 09:57:25 +0200, Mike Saunders wrote:

The logo already has "The Document Foundation" underneath, so I don't
think this really adds anything. And just leads people to wonder what
that actually means. I think a word like "Community" makes it more clear
that it's not an enterprise product.

Just my 2C...

An accompanying note in the About dialog that professional support or
Enterprise editions are available might clarify this.
Whether such a note would be enough or the "TDF Edition" label would
still add much to that is actually unclear to me as well, though.


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