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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Wiki, who you are, national marketing


I am also in.


But keep focust on the i think main goal.
Keep it Free, and workable for everybody.

Thats the power of OOo lets make this one better
Eric Redegeld AKA compie
Holland

On 7 October 2010 23:13, Drew Jensen <drew@baseanswers.com> wrote:

> On Thu, 2010-10-07 at 23:06 +0200, Italo Vignoli wrote:
> > Marc Paré wrote:
> >
> > > Would it be a good idea to sign off on emails with your country? Like
> > > below? This would help in explaining the marketing views that you may
> > > have in discussion threads.
> >
> > Yes, this could be a nice way to recognize ourselves and the specific
> > problems we represent. Software has to deal with languages because of
> > the localization, but marketing has to deal with countries because of
> > governments and economies. Let's say that the OOo project was a
> > collection of marketing horrors by Sun that Oracle is pushing forward i
n
> > a shameless way. Of course, there are country specific languages, like
> > Italian, where the distinction between language and market don't matter
,
> > and languages like english and spanish which are spoken in completely
> > different economies. In this case I am definitely for some country
> > specific distinction, which definitely make sense. At first, though,
> > it's better to shape the group, and then look at country specificities.
> >
> > --
> Hello Italo
>
> Just a quick comment - not restricted to marketing per se, or even
> country specific.
>
> OO.o as an organization was constructed in such a way that everything
> focused on the single entity. Very much similar to a corporate
> structure. This is not the only way to construct an organization
> however.
>
> There are models that are much more based on confederation.
>
> I haven't seen anything yet on the structures that are being talked
> about for the document foundation - and I realize it is early, so don't
> take that as meaning that I think I should of at this point.
>
> But I am interested if anyone is looking at this other type of approach.
>
> Thanks
>
> Drew
>
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