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On Thu, 7 Oct 2010 11:00:15 -0300
Martín Olivera <> wrote:

I like the name very much, because it enhances i18n, it is a "more
universal" name, and it shows that multilingualism is important and global
multicultural cooperation is possible, or better, LibreOffice is a fact of
these both issues became reality

That's the way I feel about it, too. The only problem I see applies for
all names we might choose for the project: Ordinary people have just
started to recognise the "brand" OpenOffice, it might take them years
to adapt to a new name.

But, in general, I really like "LibreOffice" and do not feel it needs
to be changed.


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