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Re: [steering-discuss] decision on screenshots


Hi,


Florian Effenberger wrote (10-08-11 10:21)

To bring this topic to an end, I tried to incorporate all changes into
the following statement - thoughts welcome:

==
Screenshots for documentation, website and marketing should preferably
be taken on GNU/Linux, but may also be taken on any other operating system.

OK

The Steering Committee acknowledges that there is a small legal risk
involved for screenshots on non-free operating systems, but it feels
that the legal risk involved is no greater than other theoretical risk
free software projects face.

The Steering Committee notices there are discussions about a small legal risk involved for screenshots on non-free operating systems, but does not feel the need to make any advise on this and also takes no liability whatever in this matter.

The Steering Committee recommends a consistent visual appearance (e.g.
theming) for the screenshots taken on the selected operating system. It
is up to the LibreOffice community how to achieve that consistency.

OK

==


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