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Hi Mike, everyone,

On 11/11/2020 15.30, Mike Saunders 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):

I generally like the mockup - thanks for that. I second what Justin said
regarding the descriptions (the new one can  be misleading, and the
existing one for "still" even explicitly says "For business deployments,
we strongly recommend support from certified partners which also offer
long-term support versions of LibreOffice.", so the point should be
rather clear).

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?

I fully agree, and think that the download page is and ideal place to
"educate" potential users about it.


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