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I checked those files as well. They are all 'noarch' (do not contain
compiled programs; No Architecture),
and contain the same .png branding images.

The license not only covers the code, also the images. So if those
images are in the program, the source code must include them.

That's why the link to the source code has to point to them too, that
is, it must point to the modified source code of your distribution.
And not the original at LibreOffice's. Or point to both ;)

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