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Hi Guys,

If people are having trouble with pronouncing "Libre" then I propose we
fondly call LibreOffice "LO".

What do you Guys think of "LO"?

Best regards,

PS Read below to see what I mean:

In my country (NL) the name
Submitted by Karen on September 29, 2010 - 03:28.
In my country (NL) the name of success is English. Thus all great
products get English names. So why name it "Libre"? Are they
insensitive for marketing or is ideological? I say: come on guys, come
up with a decent name!

Submitted by Anonymous on October 2, 2010 - 16:01.
Time to broaden your horizons Karen

Ask the Canadians & Americans, they respect the fact that it is nice to
know more than one language. The way its going Spanish may soon be the
first language in USA.

Etymology. From Spanish and French libre (“free, having liberty,

How about another example: Ubuntu...
Heard of it only recently but millions use it & benefit from it. That's
also free as in 'Libre'

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-----Original Message-----
From: Christoph Noack <>
Sent: Fri, 8 Oct 2010 11:59 pm
Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] I like the name LibreOffice

Hi Jean!Am Freitag, den 08.10.2010, 06:28 +1000 schrieb Jean Hollis
Weber:> It's okay with me! I wrote a blog post too (in addition to my
note to> the list), but it's nice to be quoted in someone else's blog.
:-)> >  Sorry, I
didn't notice that ... maybe you are not listed (yet) on theLibO
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