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Il 05/11/2012 14:16, Charles-H. Schulz ha scritto:

Very nice and beautiful name!
I was wondering about how we should call the "native-language" projects,
and whether we should formalize them more. ... Do we want to call them
"native-language projects"again?

Simply LibreProjects, we must grow our brand awareness, and we should use "libre" as much as possible. Native Language Project does not have any association with TDF or LibreOffice, and might be associated with anything (and it was associated with OOo, and Andrea Pescetti is trying to associate it with Apache OO, if you look at one of his presentations at ApacheCon). I am for changing the name to something different and more catchy, and associated with LibreOffice.

LibreProjects can be associated with Marketing, Native Languages, Localization, Documentation (although there is ODFAuthors), and many other things, and helps with the branding.

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