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[libreoffice-marketing] LibreOffice getting traction ... OpenOffice losing out

My impressions:

I am getting the distinct impression that the "LibreOffice" has caught on (finally) and that if Oracle were to give back the "OpenOffice" name, many groups would be disappointed. More and more people are identifying with the brand name and the media is on side.

Wouldn't it be amazing if Oracle gave us the name back. What a dilema. We should be prepared to keep both names. But I really think that the LibreOffice has caught on. If it gets on a lot of repositories it will solidify even more the branding for people.

Once the localisation efforts have enabled more LibO localised downloads, the download count will obviously rise quite a bit.

Does anyone know how the localisations are doing and a forecast estimation as to when they will be ready for distribution on the downloads pages?

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