You are the first one, I know in Finland, who don't agree with LibreOffice.
May you should convince first the Finnish developer group about your opinio
2010/10/5 Simo Kaupinmäki <Simo.Kaupinmaki@uta.fi>
People trying to promote LibreOffice likely need to deal with similar (or
much harsher) criticism by their audience. I think it would be easier to
promote a not-so-catchy name if you knew some examples of the pros and co
of various alternatives.
The acronym "LibO" is not bad, though.
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( o o ) Kaupinmäki ei kannata painia. Siinä likaantuu,
( (oo) ) email@example.com ja sika sitä paitsi pitää siitä.
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