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Hi.  Good ideas.   I am not sure, but I guess our targets should be mainly schools, universities 
and public institutions.  First it is easier to install LibreOffice  (and libresoftware) to solve 
interoperability problems.  Second they are the best places to organize classes about the use of 
LibreOfiice (and libresoftware in general), like to say:  'how to write dissertations and books 
with libreoffice, including indexes, tables, data and so on'.  Third:  in many cases people there 
are skilled and can help development (even by simply reporting bugs or talking about); this is 
already happening with municipal emplyees in Italy.  Fourth:  schools and students in many cases 
need to save money (which is not central, but always a topic about linux and free software, 
especially in poor countries).


On Sunday, December 12, 2021, 01:52:01 PM GMT+1, James Harking <> wrote: 

Hi Mike,

I hope you are well? Thanks for those links, I do realise that emphasis is
placed on interoperability and that's great. It really is a huge issue for
users of LibreOffice that work in a heterogeneous environment

Regarding the suggestion about automatic mapping of fonts etc how can we
support this effort as end users?

I know the great folks at Collabora put a great deal of time and effort
into this topic as do others I'm sure.

As this is a mailing list for marketing how can we be best placed to
support the marketing goals of the Document Foundation?

Is there strategy meetings as an example that we can attend? Could we
support with a SWAT analysis or anything along those lines?

Where do the marketing team see LibreOffice being in 1, 3 and 5 years etc?

Basically how can we / I support the efforts?

Kind regards

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