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I think that the prominent box at the top linking to reasons why
      businesses should find a supported release to be desirable is a
      good improvement.

However, for the remainder of the page the existing content was
      much better, and much more accurate.

"LibreOffice 7.0.x: If you're a
        technology enthusiast, early adopter or power user, this version
        is for you!"  (Well, I disagree with power user, I would say
        "software tester"), but be that as it may.)

"LibreOffice 6.4.x ..."  The
        existing information on this is fine I would say. The point is
        that this would be the one for people who don't consider
        themselves to fit in the first two categories.

Your suggested description is
        full of licensing implications, which is not helpful (as others
        are already stating).


On 11/11/20 5:30 PM, Mike Saunders
Hi Cor, everyone,

On 11/11/2020 14:19, Cor Nouws wrote:I made this mock-up for a download page update (of course, the
      "Edition"tagline is still open for 
 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?

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