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


Le 2020-07-14 08:09, Cor Nouws a écrit :
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Hi Lionel, *,

Lionel Élie Mamane wrote on 13/07/2020 18:05:
On Sat, Jul 11, 2020 at 12:04:41PM +0100, Michael Meeks wrote:

Which is a completely fair comment too. It's unclear of course
if eg. a Community Edition will yield any significant traction, and
certainly encouraging enterprises of a certain size to contribute
(because others might swamp the ecosystem with transaction & setup
costs) is hard to do in a single word =)

Depending on where you want to put the threshold:

LibreOffice Personal & Home Office
LibreOffice Personal & Small Business
LibreOffice Personal & SME

Maybe even better:

LibreOffice Personal & Small Teams

Or replace "Personal" by "Family" or "Home" or "Private" in any of the
above.

I like the "& Small Teams" version. It refers to a group of students
collaborating on homework, to a small non-profit, to a small business,
etc.

I'm very positive about the words "Personal & Small Teams".
Since 'teams' for some reason is popular, it can also easily generate
extra traction for LibreOffice.

Cheers,
Cor
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agree with LibreOffice Personal & Small Teams, easily trace group and team work,

cheers

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