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Pedro Lino píše v Čt 15. 03. 2012 v 17:40 +0000:
Hi Petr, all

        
        Please, do not take this that we do not take care about
        openSUSE/SUSE
        users. We do a lot of things for them. It is only about my
        packaging
        work and about that I underestimated the demand for 3.5.

Actually I was talking about SUSE LibreOffice for Windows (which is
apparently a one-off unsupported release created for the Intel AppUp
store) :)

Ah this one. To be honest, I was not involved into this release because
I work mostly on our Linux products. I am not sure how complicated is
the process to get a software there. I guess that it is more complex
that uploading on servers that are under control of the document
foundation. So, I would expect a delay. :-)

Also I am not familiar with this store and I am not sure what people are
using it. Note that we clearly state that .0 release is for enthusiasts.
More conservative users should wait for a later bugfix release. I guess
that the App store is for more conservative users, so I would not
expect .0 release there ;-)

Heh, 3.5.0 was quite good in the end. Thank you and many other people
for all the great work.


Best Regards,
Petr


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