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On 7/16/20 11:36 PM, Uwe Altmann wrote:

Slide 28
What is the surplus of the sum of "volonteers" and "ecosystem" to form the "community"? Users? 

That is a visual representation of the relationships between volunteers
and ecosystem inside the community, and has no relation with the size of
the constituents. So outside community and ecosystem there is nothing,
but an oval which contains both smaller ovals to show that they are part
of the same community has some extra space as a consequence of the oval
shape (if I has used circles, the extra space would have been bigger).

And my "ceterum censeo..."
Slide 49/50
This is why I and some others propose "" set as TDB - so we get "LibreOffice" and "LibreOffice 
Enterprise,[brought to you by XYZ]" as a result. This avoids all of the possible negative 
connotations each of the proposed "additions" to the build distributed by TDF brings. And allows 
the intended discrimination as well:
Basically we say there is a "LibreOffice" (vanilla) and "LibreOffice with benefits" 
(Enterprise,...) - and that's exactly what we want to tell the people, isn't it?

We have to find a solution where there is consensus by all parties, and
it looks that consensus is partially missing on the one you suggest.

I may or may not agree with the proposed solutions (there will be a day
when I will write a lengthy blog post where I will tell in a transparent
way what I think about this story and the people involved, but this is
not the right time), so the objective is to reach consensus with an
acceptable compromise.

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