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M. Fioretti wrote:
*Big* charities often have the problems that Jonathon said. Very small
organizations, instead, need to spend zero time/money on
maintaining/re-learning the software they have to use, because it
would be all resources subtracted to working in the streets with the
people they assist. That's why they stick to proprietary software in
general, not just MSO.

You've just described why it's better to move from older versions of MS
Office to LO or OO than to have to learn how to use the ribbon etc.

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