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As suggested by Bernhard on another list, I'm sending a gentle reminder about the issue below (I exceptionally repost the full message, for clarity). It is minimal and straightforward: use the same license indication in and in the page footer, i.e., remove the wrong "(or later)" from the text.

I fixed it in the Italian translation, but if there are reasons to keep "(or later)" in the Italian version too we will comply.


On 18/06/2011 Andrea Pescetti wrote:
While working on the Italian translation of the license page, I saw that states that "LibreOffice is
licensed under the terms of the LGPLv3 (or later)".

The "(or later)", unless something really unexpected happened right now,
is just wrong and it should be removed.


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