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Re: [board-discuss] Using TDF lulu.com account to sell LibO official localized guides

On Wed, 9 May 2018 at 18:39 Luca Daghino @ Libero <luca.daghino@libero.it>

> Hello all,
> In the italian l10n team we are discussing how/whether to sell
> (tendentially on lulu.com) localized versions of TDF libreoffice
> official guides.
> We are evaluating different options, so we also would like to know if
> it's eventually possible to use the TDF lulu.com account to sell these
> guides. Obviously, in such a case, all profits would go to TDF.
> At the moment we have localized 4 guides [1], so we could start selling
> these ones; and add other guides that we are still working on.
> Is this feasible?
> Thanks for any info/suggestions :)
> [1] https://documentation.libreoffice.org/it/documentazione-in-italiano/
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If TDF doesn’t want to publish them on their lulu account, Friends of
OpenDocument would be interested. We sell the English language user guides
and have sold some German ones as well. Profits go to whomever you want:
your group, TDF, or other.

— Jean Weber


[board-discuss] Using TDF lulu.com account to sell LibO official localized guides"Luca Daghino @ Libero" <luca.daghino@libero.it>
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