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Hi Tom

Tom wrote
I tried asking for a bit of clarification from the marketing team but they
are keen to keep it all a secret.  Does this mean a new fork of
LibreOffice or a 3rd party company that provides up to tier 3 technical
support for existing branch?  Does it mean the equivalent of an LTS
version of LibreOffice?  Can anyone sign-up for it?  Does it cost?  

You must have speed-read Simon's article. 

No, it's not a secret. No, there is no fork. Collabora will provide the 3rd
tier technical support to paying customers (as Suse did). As for which
branch they will provide support and for how long, you better ask Michael :)

In any case why not read from Michael's own words (and links within)?


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