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Hi stefan!

Thanks. I did miss many stakeholders! :)

The stakeholders are as follows (please add if I have missed out any-):

01. Steering Committee 
02. Marketing team/Evangelists
03. Usability Team
04. Project managers
05. QA team
06. Release Management team
07. Configuration Management team
08. Architects/designers
10. Testers
11. Product-support (bug-tracker) team
12. Authors of built-in Help system
13. Authors of User's Manual 
14. Authors of Programmer's Manual
15. Authors of commercial books 
16. Commercial service providers

17. Nonprofit service providers
18. Nonprofit and commercial education providers
19. Certification team
20. User support team
21. Language groups
22. Local groups

Is that last item (#22) Product i18n/l10n group? 
If not, we need to add them to the list.

What about languages in website/Help/Documents? 
Are these separate stakeholders, or covered already in the list above?

BTW we forgot the most important person in the LibO ecosystem!
As they say "and the last but not the least (drumrolls)"...

23. The LibO-user

A doubt: Should we consider the user types separately? (Students, Home user. SoHo user and 
corporate user)

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