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On 11/25/20 12:30 PM, Edmund Laugasson wrote:

Does this mean also separate software development, files to download and
LibreOffice functionality in different versions listed below? If so,
then I don't approve this. Imagine separate software packages with
different functionality to download for each of LibreOffice version in
that list. This will fragment LibreOffice and makes it copy proprietary
software approach and basically means commercialization. Certainly we
need engage more people, organizations, enteprises, etc but with
different kind of services (nowadays remotely appreciated). If it is so,
then it's fine.

A change of license, features, and development strategy has never been
under discussion. The discussion is about labels to be used to improve
targeting of the marketing strategy.

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