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Hi Marc,

Great news on your marketing strategy, I would really like to see more
collaboration of for applications that clearly have synergies like
Projectlibre and LibreOffice.

I wrote about this wish a number of months back. A managed FLOSS office
solutions platform would certainly benefit all of us.

Best regards

On Tue, 20 Sept 2022, 12:54 am Marc O'Brien, <>

Hello everyone,

An emphasis makes sense and does not mean by any means effecting efforts
in the G-7 countries.  For context and external data point, ProjectLibre
will be similar and we are used at 1,500 Universities.  This leads to many
post-graduate users instead of Microsoft Project.

We actually did social media last week highlighting usage in the smallest
10 countries in the world.  LibreOffice will be the same with users in all
corners of the world.  It was effective and you have far more users than
ProjectLibre….. Great job and it is really important.  We get feedback
daily on the need for the desktop version instead of our Cloud beta.  They
don’t have the reliability and depend on the desktop.

 Marc O’Brien

 Replacing Microsoft Project
 in over 200 countries

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On Sep 19, 2022, at 4:25 PM, Christopher Dreher <>

Hi everyone,

We need to produce LibreOffice to be promoted for educational
institutions internationally.  The US market is too saturated with
Microsoft and Apple products.  I, firmly, believe that there is great
potential in providing LibreOffice in Africa, South America, and Asia.  The
North American and European markets are too contested for Microsoft and
Apple products.  Let's try to win over the markets where LibreOffice has
the most attainable appeal- developing nations with modest IT budgets to
allocate towards Microsoft Office, or Apple suites.  Google is our main
competition.  Let's expand our efforts!


Christopher Dreher

On 9/19/2022 4:13 PM, Italo Vignoli wrote:
Let's organize a marketing call after LibreOffice Conference to discuss
potential activities

On 9/19/22 22:01, James Harking wrote:
Hi all,

It's good to see some activity. Is there any topics coming up where
volunteers could get involved?

Kind regards,


On Mon, 19 Sept 2022, 8:27 pm Italo Vignoli,<>

The next release of LibreOffice will be 7.5 because there isn't any
change in the development focus on interoperability. The fact that
from LibreOffice 3.x there wasn't a x.5 release is just a coincidence.

We will start working at marketing of LibreOffice 7.5 in November,
we approach Alpha and Beta status (and the release notes will include
all new developments). In the meantime we can have a video chat after
the LibreOffice Conference, to discuss about how to contribute.

Best regards, Italo

On 9/19/22 20:02, Marcin Zolisiarz wrote:
Dear All

I’ve just wanted to ask whether the next release of LibreOffice
would be
7.5 or 8.0?

I saw that in the code there is still 7.5 in the, but
time no x.5 releases were made, just after x.4 there was a brand new
release with major improvements and features be it ODF 1.3 or
When this decision will be made and how can I contribute to the next
release in a meaningful way?


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