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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Article on Datamation website: "How Microsoft Office Tops LibreOffice: 11 Features"

Actually, Bruce published this article following a previous one where he
was explaining why LibreOffice Writer tops MS Office Word:


I do not think that we should comment, as Bruce has always been on our
side (but, of course, he is a victim of MS Office PR people, who have
probably reacted to the previous article, based on their advertising
investments on Datamation).

Being compared with MS Office on Datamation is good publicity anyway.

Best regards, Italo

Marc Paré wrote:
> This article can be found on the Datamation site[1]. Perhaps someone on
> the dev list could take a look at it. I'll leave the link on the dev site.
> It would be nice if someone from the Marketing team would respond as the
> author of the article still comes to the conclusion that LibreOffice is
> still the office suite of choice for production use.
> Cheers
> Marc
> [1]
> http://www.datamation.com/applications/how-microsoft-office-tops-libreoffice-11-features-1.html

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