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Yes i was reading the Migration Guide, and my idea is to create a methodology customer oriented. 
For instance, what happens with applications around MS Ofice that are using MS Extensions.

El 16/01/2011, a las 01:24, Barbara Duprey escribió:

On 1/15/2011 8:30 AM, Francesc Mediterranean wrote:
Dear colleagues,

I write to you to ask for your opinion relating to the evolution of libreoffice.
I believe that could be very interesting to create a group for the creation of the methodology 
of migration of libroffice . I propose that the group should be called "Process&  Methodology"

In my opinion, we must create the element to solve the change between MS office to Libre office, 
that is the methodology of migration / implementatin, defining the phases to developing, the 
content of this phases, the priorización, and other.

From here I offer volunteer to initiate the development of this methodology, because I believe 
that it will be the tipping point,  to promote the presence of libreoffice in the companies 
and public organizations,

I will be grateful for your comments


Francesc X. Berjano

Just a question here -- have you reviewed the Migration Guide 
( It apparently hasn't 
been rebranded yet from, but the content would be basically the same in either 
case barring some updates about the handling of OOXML files and MS-ODF.

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