[board-discuss] Re: How can we redistribute LibreOffice ?
Quick answers, but then we can talk on the phone in Italian to make
On 1/26/12 11:47 AM, walter wrote:
Here at www.ranocchilab.com <http://www.ranocchilab.com>we are
considering the possibility of distributing a customized version
embedded in our business application (word and calc only).
To discuss on the phone.
Can we change the logo ?
In principle, this is not possible.
What information about the license and the product 'LibreOffice' should
Our licenses (LGPLv3 / MPL) provide the information, while the brand
name should remain the same.
Which is the best forum / mailing-list to discuss these problems?
In any case, this should be discussed at Board of Directors level, so
the mailing list is firstname.lastname@example.org (which I have
I would prefer, though, to have a phone discussion before entering into
any additional detail and taking any decision.
Here you have the advantage that I am both Italian and a member of the
Board of Directors, so I have a quicker access to the discussions.
P.S. - If possible, we should use Skype to communicate, or you should
call me on my mobile (today between 3PM and 4PM).
Italo Vignoli - The Document Foundation
mob +39.348.5653829 - VoIP email@example.com
skype italovignoli - gtalk firstname.lastname@example.org
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