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On 02/03/2014 08:48 AM, Marcello Romani wrote:
Il 03/02/2014 13:21, IOmazic ha scritto:

is it possible that you share this tools for windows? I will need to install
it to around 450 pc, so it will be cool to have some tool to do all
modification needed.

Kind regards,
Ivan Omazic

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This might prove a useful starting point:

Why are people still sending others to the web site for information about LibreOffice?

For this posted need, I remember hearing about "deployment" of LO on a LO web page. Although LO was a fork of OOo from several years ago, it is "grown" past those roots now. If we do not have the needed documentation now, we should really make it a priority to set up a web site/page to talk about IT management deployment of LO, including network based.

The current AOO/OOo web site should not be the place where people go to get information about LO. From a marketing aspect, this could lead business users to think we are not the package to use, but AOO is. That is wrong way of doing "business".

SO, just from the marketing aspect to businesses, this needs to be resolved. From the typical user, this could be an issue as well.

I stopped using OOo when LO came out. I do not want to have to explain to users that LO's documentation site[s] is not the place to find the needed information to migrate/deploy LO to their systems.

Would you tell the UK tech advisors to not consider LO for the open source option to using the mandated ODF file format requirements, but to go with AOO/OOo since we do not have the needed documentation? We would be saying this if we tell them to go to the OOo web site for the deployment information.

I see too many of these postings telling users to go to the OOo site[s] for the needed information or extension/template download. Yes, there may be something there that LO currently does not have, but it should not be the first option. LO needs to rely on LO's sites to give the user the help and support they need.

I do not use Nabble, but I would think that there must be a forum there about business migration and deployment. IF not, then there should be.

Am I alone in this opinion?

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