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On Monday 04 Oct 2010 10:10:41 Charles-H. Schulz wrote:

Let me clear so that we can move on: Unless Oracle gives us the trademark o
f, we're using LibreOffice, and some people love it, some
people hate it, but as a matter of fact, we're not changing it anymore, so
it's useless to request a change.



Tsk Charles, that's a rather dictatorial attitude for an Open Source project.  
Everything should be open for discussion at all times and given that 
LibreOffice was selected as only an interim name and until Oracle says Yay or 
Nay it remains interim or a draft concept, then I would suggest now is the 
best time to discuss it.  

Document Foundation is obviously cast in stone because that is a legal entity 
but the product name should be up for discussion right now when it's most 

Rons earlier point about name selection with an internal focus rather than 
going to the market is a very good one.  He certainly convinced me.

And you may remember(or not) that I've been vociferous in the defence of the name in the past.  But this seems sensible 


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