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jonathon wrote:

Three conflicting interests here:

* The US Market;
* The Anglophone market;
* Countries where English is used;

From my POV, one of the things that hampered OOo adoption in the United
States, was that there was not a marketing team that focused exclusively
on the US.

I totally agree. Marketing is related to markets and not to languages,
as much as localization is related to languages and not to markets. The
LibreOffice marketing team acknowledges this, and will be organized - as
soon as it will be possible to be organized - accordingly.

The discussion is on the marketing list.

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