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Thorsten Behrens wrote:
Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Brazilian version has traditionally (i.e. OOo-times) been a different
package/has not been called in Brazil, but BrOffice due
to trademark issues. ...

Yep - but since BrOffice is a well-established brand, and under
community control, we'll continue to use it for the pt_BR versions.

I cannot find references now, but the trademark issue for
had already been solved in Brazil earlier this year, wasn't it? And the
Brazilians decided to keep using the established name "BrOffice" for
branding reasons, even when was an option too.

So it makes sense to apply the same reasoning in the LibreOffice case,
even though the duplicate multi-language installation files seem a bit
too much... but probably they are just symlinks on mirrors, not taking
any additional space.


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