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Is there not telemetry / product intelligence built in to LO? If currently there is not, then 
personally I would not rule it out in future. Good ux and product decisions are driven by such 
data. Certainly the matter has been debated in different LO teams in the past. Sam. 

On 14 July 2023 12:02:06 CEST, Mike Saunders <> wrote:
Hi again Anshuman,

On 12.07.23 09:50, Anshuman Pandey wrote:

This is very topical in the Open Source community. Given the news on
RedHat and Fedora and people's concerns on privacy, it is a good time to
have a marketing campaign. Here are a few ideas (basically builds on
your example)

1. Similar to the prior: No (In large Font) next to a) Data Mining, b)
Telemetry, c) Hidden Algorithms

2. Instead of the NO, we can use a spyglass and cross it out in the
first idea

Thanks for the ideas -- I think they're good. I tried with a spyglass, and it looked a bit 
abstract. So instead, I found an image of someone "spying" on your data, and made a version of the 
image like so:

What do you think?

3. Puppet Strings: Show a bunch of documents  attached to puppet
strings, being controlled by a hand (representing other office
software). Next to this, show some documents free from strings and happy
under the LibreOffice logo, illustrating the freedom and control you
have over your documents.

That could also work, but needs someone with more graphic design skills than me, I think :-) 
Anyone on the list here want to try making such an image? That would be great help!

For these ideas we can use a subtitle within the image as - "Don't worry
about prying eyes on your data or hidden AI algorithms. With
LibreOffice, your content is yours alone."

I like this too, and have integrated it into the image that I uploaded on the wiki.


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