In data sabato 2 ottobre 2010 19:00:20, Italo Vignoli ha scritto:
Gianluca Turconi wrote:
Was the "Office" suffix a mandatory requirement for marketing reasons?
Of course not, but most of the people involved in the project since the
first day felt that "office" was stressing the continuity between the
past and the future.
We have considered names without "office", but we have not been able to
find anything good enough to become memorable. Though, we have found a
nice acronym: "LibO", pronounced "libò".
Does it already exist?
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