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I'm going to make an event Together with the community of "Fedora Cusco",
which we call Software Free day Peru 2017, which will be held on December
23, where we will make known the LibreOffice Software, since it is the
first time that will be announced in Peru. We will also do workshops such
as LibreOffice Calc, LibreOffice Impress and among other topics.
So I want to ask for documentation to give a talk about the LibreOffice
Community and the anunce of versión LibreOffice 6.0 what is coming.
I read the rules about the LibreOffice logos, so I would like to make
banner for the next events that could be done in Other Region of Peru,
making the community known and some LibreOffice talks. The question goes in
the following. Can the LibreOffice Logo be used with the name The Document
Foundation in the Banner or in the posters?
Rigoberto Condori Chañi.

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[libreoffice-marketing] Re: Software Free Day Peru 2017Marc Paré <marc@marcpare.com>
Re: [libreoffice-marketing]Klaibson Ribeiro <klaibson@libreoffice.org>
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