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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Release 19 edition of Revista BrOffice


2011/2/1 Mike Houben <mail@crazyhstudio.net>

> hi Eliane,
>
>
Hi, Mike


> why changing for 1 country the name?!
> It seems a bit weird. (sorry i'm relatively new so i don't know the history
> behind it)
>

This was not really a choice for OpenOffice.org community in Brazil. When
Sun Microsystems named this Office suite, that trade mark was already taken
by a little company in Brazil. In order to avoid lawsuits, the brazillian
community founded a NGO called BrOffice.org, which was responsible for
developing a brazillian "flavor" of OpenOffice office suite. BrOffice
community was one of the first communities to support TDF, when it was
founded last year.


>
> Mike
>
>
Rgds

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References:
[libreoffice-marketing] Release 19 edition of Revista BrOfficeEliane Domingos de Sousa <elianedomingos@revistabroffice.org>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Release 19 edition of Revista BrOfficeChristoph Noack <christoph@dogmatux.com>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Release 19 edition of Revista BrOfficeMike Houben <mail@crazyhstudio.net>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Release 19 edition of Revista BrOfficeEliane Domingos de Sousa <elianedomingos@revistabroffice.org>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Release 19 edition of Revista BrOfficeMike Houben <mail@crazyhstudio.net>
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