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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Re: List of Web Hosting providers offering LibreOffice Online as part of their service?


Howdy Warren, et al

In that last email I really should off directed you to the main website
https://www.libreoffice.org/download/libreoffice-online/

I think the links, bottom of the page, answer your questions.

drew

On Fri, Apr 19, 2019 at 8:49 AM Drew Jensen <drewjensen.inbox@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Howdy,
>
> On Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 12:26 PM Warren Camilleri <
> warrencamilleri@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Sorry for crashing into the thread,
>>
>> For example i run my own systems, and would like to run and offer
>> LO-Online as i just found out about it from this thread and would like to
>> try it my self before i may recommend to educational and SME's (as best to
>> answer thier IT sections questions when asked), may someone refer me to the
>> documentation to host it? additionally i would me able to do artwork and
>> write ups if needed for this, in English and Maltese.
>>
>
> First thing; If you have a newer version of LibreOffice then you already
> have LibreOffice Online - the online version is the the desktop version.
> What is different, the application would run headless and properly
> configured work within a LAMP environment. There are some blog posts that
> cover how to do that (I don't have links right off hand) but it would be
> less then overwhelming if you just fired up a copy of LibreOffice from
> within your LAMP server.
>
> Second; the pieces that need to be added on to LibreOffie when running
> behind your web server are delivered by marrying LO with a content
> management system. NextCloud integration is a good example of this.
> You can find information on that at the NextCloud webiste:
> https://nextcloud.com/collaboraonline/ and you will notice that
> Collabora, a vendor which is on the advisory board for TDF and which
> supplies much of the engineering resources behind the effort, is who
> supplies the production ready incantation of LibreOffice Online.
>
> Third; if you want an easy way to test this, the Collabora folks offer
> appliances (docker image for example) with both NextCloud and Collabora
> Office ready to go. You can find information on that here:
> https://www.collaboraoffice.com/code/
>
> Finally, If you are going to look at deploying within your organization
> then I would highly recommend you look at a support contract from a
> Document Foundation Certified vendor.
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Drew
>
>
>>
>> i may also blog about this on ossmalta.eu and ask if the local linux
>> user group would like to collaborate on this for the Maltese region for
>> raising awareness.
>>
>> regards,
>> Warren.
>>
>> On Thu, 18 Apr 2019 at 17:34, Drew Jensen <drewjensen.inbox@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Howdy Cor, et al,
>>>
>>> Yes about market share, the reason I thought it a worthwhile to help
>>> drive
>>> (advertise...can I say that here) usage via hosting operators as they
>>> should be a healthy source of 'food [revenue] for feeding the bulldog
>>> [paid development]'.
>>>
>>> Also Yes, list maintenance is an issue.
>>>
>>> Maybe come at it as a blog post consisting of a survey of which web
>>> hosting
>>> operations are already offering Collabora Online (LibreOffice Online)
>>> with
>>> some details of those offerings. This becomes a snapshot in time then
>>> instead of a list needing update.
>>>
>>> I don't know if NextCloud w/ Collabora Online is the only news which
>>> could
>>> go in that article. As you say there is a difference between LibreOffice
>>> Online and Collabora Online, so if there are organizations deploying
>>> LibreOffice Online differently and some information could be had for
>>> inclusion I think that would be a good idea.
>>>
>>> Maybe not a bad idea for an online tech journal article either, just
>>> saying.
>>>
>>> Best wishes,
>>> Drew
>>>
>>> On Wed, Apr 17, 2019 at 10:57 AM Cor Nouws <oolst@nouenoff.nl> wrote:
>>>
>>> > Hi Drew, all,
>>> >
>>> > Drew Jensen wrote on 4/17/19 3:49 PM:
>>> >
>>> > > So I think it would be good to create a list that has some chance of
>>> > being
>>> > > found if someone searched for 'Web hosts offering LibreOffice
>>> Online' or
>>> > > something similar.
>>> >
>>> > Thanks for bringing this up :)
>>> > Three thoughts:
>>> > Initially, it can be a good idea. Maybe. I guess it can help grow
>>> > market. Maintaining lists, is often a problem we know. Especially
>>> > since... how can we find the new/existing locations?
>>> > Please note by the way, that there is Collabora Online and LibreOffice
>>> > Online. Similar function wise, but different in support probably.
>>> > Will it, when people know about it and start to search, ask at
>>> providers
>>> > e.g., have a stimulating effect?
>>> >
>>> > greetings,
>>> > Cor
>>> >
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