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Re: [board-discuss] Re: [tdf-members] Personal: and software freedom.

Fair, I suppose my ethnocentrism is showing. I do think that "Community" in the FOSS world carries connotations that suggest less features. At least it's better than Home, Personal, or Individual.
It would be nice if there was a neutral third term that was universally known to communicate "plain, no enterprise support.'

Jul. 14, 2020 04:52:38 Lionel Élie Mamane <lionel@mamane.lu>:

> On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 12:29:03PM -0400, Kev M wrote:
>> The nice thing about Vanilla is that everyone implicity knows what
>> it means;
> I don't think the term is well-understood outside of those with a deep
> understanding of the English language and at least one associated
> culture. I expect it to be a translation / l10n / i18n nightmare. How
> will one calle LibreOffice Vanilla in French? In German?
> As a native European French speaker, I tell you "LibreOffice Vanille"
> will _not_ do. It seems plausible to me it would be understood in
> (North) American French, though.

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