+1 to what Uwe and Michael and Telesto have been saying.
Personal / Community are not accurate labels because they imply missing
features. LibreOffice as we currently know it is full featured. By
introducing these labels, you are signaling an intent to "dumb down"
The current real distinction is around support. So, using Linux
terminology, a more accurate label would be LibreOffice Rolling verses
LibreOffice LTS. But that is geeky terminology, so for that reason it
probably isn't appropriate.
Therefore since none of the suggested labels properly convey meaning, I
too prefer the supposedly unavailable "no label" solution for TDF builds.
On 10/21/20 11:52 AM, Uwe Altmann wrote:
Am 20.10.20 um 10:50 schrieb Michael Weghorn:
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.
"no label is not an option" is Italos and some others - professional as I have to admit - option. But
"no label" also still is an option - no decision made yet.
And imho no label is the preferred option (as stated in past).
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