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Sorry - lets try this again

On Sun, 2011-06-19 at 10:30 -0400, drew wrote:
On Sun, 2011-06-19 at 15:57 +0200, Italo Vignoli wrote:
Just "free software license" linked to would exactly match with
RMS quote on and would
include both free-permissive licenses (Apache) and free-copyleft
licenses (LGPL).

I agree 

Hi Italo, others

OK, great then if we change that update Marc did to:

"LibreOffice offers a wide variety of features, but in some cases, you may need another 
functionality that is currently not available inside LibreOffice. Extensions and templates may 
offer you this added functionality. On this site, we will collect a wide range of extensions and 
templates to satisfy your needs. 

LibreOffice extensions are tools that can be added or removed independently from your installation 
of the main program. Extensions
may add new functionality to your copy of LibreOffice, or may make existing functionality easier to 

LibreOffice templates offer you a way to avoid duplicating repetitive actions when creating new 
text documents, spreadsheets, or 
presentations. They also offer a way to maintain consistency of document layout and standard 
content, and may, for example, be used to maintain consistent branding elements when used in a work 

LibreOffice remains committed to providing users with quality software authored under free software 
licenses, and, as such, our catalogue of extensions and templates are published under free software 

Contributions to the catalogue are welcome and encouraged. "

With a 'link to' as proposed by Andrea and a minor edit by me, are there any further editing 


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