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Hi Simo, *,

Simo Kaupinmäki schrieb:

paul.hermeneutic wrote:
There will be few problems understanding "LibreOffice."  It is
likely to be more universally understood than "OpenOffice."

For Romance languages that may be true, but I'm not so sure about the
rest of the world.

Probably we Germans are in a similar situation as You from Finnland: The
name is without sense. Even worse: no problem to pronounce! ;o))

So we have a boring bare hook instead of a christmas tree, but hey: much
space to put on nice and useful things! :o))

We are in process doing so right now on this place! :o))



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