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Hey hey,

Idk but I think "User Stories" might be good to feature. The UX guys
probably have done some research already before they generated their
personas. This can form the basis of "Who LibreOffice was designed for".
I'm not sure if a feature by feature comparison would actually be
effective. My understanding is that people are emotional. Most people never
use the full feature set of Microsoft Office. They use it because EVERYBODY
DOES. My preference is to not compete directly per se with MS Office but as
a complement. I think the existing angle is interoperability? That could
work in the sense of MS Office at work, LibreOffice at home. "You're
chained to the desk all day, why do it at home?" yada yada.

Filipe's idea is quite a good one. I don't think Collabora has as much
traction as LibreOffice and featuring them does help quite a bit i guess?


On Mon, Dec 6, 2021 at 1:28 AM Filipe Gomes Morgado <>

Hi all,

Bearing in mind the topic, I would like to contribute with my opinion,
which I think is very important to mention or express the facts:
     - Open source or FOSS;
     - LibreOffice runs on macOS, Linux, and Windows,
     - “While The Document Foundation doesn't currently offer an Android or
iOS version of LibreOffice, there is a LibreOffice-based product in app
stores from Collabora, one of our certified developers and ecosystem
members” at: https://www.libreoffice .org/download/android-and-ios/ .
Leaving the topic a bit, but not wanting to overlap the topic, I also think
that a part related to support should be incorporated, or else in another
Therefore, it should have a kind of table where, in an easy way and not
dispersed over several places or web pages, information could be gauged in
terms of support solutions. The numbers and names being just an example,
something like:

< 5 computers –> we recommend that at least 2 employees take a
training/course at , with the price xx€, or
the partner , with the price xx€.
Or see , priced from
xx€ to xx€.

5 – 20 computers –> we recommend that you contact the Collabora partner,
with the price xx€.

21 – xx –> Et Cetera … “17€/user per year” in .

This would have to involve the collaboration and contribution of ecosystem
members, and it would have to be very easy to interpret in order to allow
for decision making. Entrepreneurs don't mind paying, after all, they
already pay for Microsoft Office, what they want is problems solved and not
other problems, such as having to find scattered information.
In my opinion, it would be a very useful tool to present the LO, it could
have a link on the new - :) - webpage where it could be viewed or
downloaded, and in case it was not consulted, it could be sent as an
attachment in an email or still delivered by hand after printing, by
someone who wants to publicize the LO.
It would be - if  another document - an *Official* document - e-flyer/flyer
-, with translations in several languages, to wake up to a later
consultation that the entrepreneur or his collaborator would make in more
depth at: ;
/community-support/ ; /professional-support/ , ...

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