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OOo has for a long time given an option of downloading the full OOo package with or 
without JRE.

Ubuntu gives the option of full package, or only key components (Writer, Calc, etc).

To avoid bloat, what about a joint-hosted TDF/Moz/others site, giving an option of:

From TDF:
- Writer
- Calc
- etc

From Moz:
- Tbird
- Lightening

From Scribus
- Scribus

Maybe an option for a shared dictionary tool.

Defaults could be Writer, Calc, Impress, Tbird, Lightening, Dictionary.  This could even 
interrogate the user's current installation to suggest options to download.

Once the download is under way, as well as "Thank you" an advert for other OS productivity 
software could be included - e.g. the GIMP, or Pinta, or a mention of web-tools, such as 
Google Docs.


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