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Am 11.11.20 um 15:30 schrieb Mike Saunders:
Hi Cor, everyone,

On 11/11/2020 14:19, Cor Nouws wrote:
You may have noticed my suggestion - somewhere past weeks - on a simple
but a clear change in the download, where every professional/business
user immediately notices the situation, without putting any limitation
in the freedom for anyone.
I made this mock-up for a download page update (of course, the "Edition"
tagline is still open for discussion):

But I think something like that would be good: segment users early on,
pushing businesses towards the ecosystem offerings, while making it
clear that the TDF version only has community support. But still giving
everyone the freedom to do what they choose.

What do you think?

why is a TDF LibreOffice release not useful for business users?

Why need they to buy support from a company etc., listed on a special website?

One advantage of open source code is, that you are not bound to special service providers, but could contract the service provider of its confidence or do the maintenance with its own staff.


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