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UPGRADING LIBREOFFICE/OPENOFFICE

I keep on meeting people who are using an ancient version of
LibreOffice or OpenOffice. Aside from physically handing people a CD
or USB stick with a modern version of LibreOffice,
=> what are some good ways for us to encourage people to upgrade to
the latest LibreOffice?

=> What do people think about some kind of campaign to upgrade to the
latest version of LibreOffice? (This is something that could tie-in
with DFD events....)


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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Conference Marketing: Upgrading LibreOffice/OpenOffice

Very much agree.
We need a banner or somesuch. K-J is it something you feel you could do?

Best,

Charles.

On 12 février 2015 02:06:05 CET, Robinson Tryon <[hidden email]> wrote:

>UPGRADING LIBREOFFICE/OPENOFFICE
>
>I keep on meeting people who are using an ancient version of
>LibreOffice or OpenOffice. Aside from physically handing people a CD
>or USB stick with a modern version of LibreOffice,
>=> what are some good ways for us to encourage people to upgrade to
>the latest LibreOffice?
>
>=> What do people think about some kind of campaign to upgrade to the
>latest version of LibreOffice? (This is something that could tie-in
>with DFD events....)
>
>
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In reply to this post by Robinson Tryon
I have had a lot of positive responses on social media to reminding people
to replace their ancient copy of OpenOffice.org with the nice, fresh,
feature-rich version of LibreOffice that just came out each time it does.

S.

On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 1:06 AM, Robinson Tryon <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> UPGRADING LIBREOFFICE/OPENOFFICE
>
> I keep on meeting people who are using an ancient version of
> LibreOffice or OpenOffice. Aside from physically handing people a CD
> or USB stick with a modern version of LibreOffice,
> => what are some good ways for us to encourage people to upgrade to
> the latest LibreOffice?
>
> => What do people think about some kind of campaign to upgrade to the
> latest version of LibreOffice? (This is something that could tie-in
> with DFD events....)
>
>
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Hi Robinson ,

Robinson Tryon wrote on 12-02-15 02:06:

> UPGRADING LIBREOFFICE/OPENOFFICE
>
> I keep on meeting people who are using an ancient version of
> LibreOffice or OpenOffice. Aside from physically handing people a CD
> or USB stick with a modern version of LibreOffice,
> => what are some good ways for us to encourage people to upgrade to
> the latest LibreOffice?
>
> => What do people think about some kind of campaign to upgrade to the
> latest version of LibreOffice? (This is something that could tie-in
> with DFD events....)

Simple banner/sticker "Using older OpenOffice/LibreOffice - upgrade to
the latest greatest LibreOffice now" sounds great to me :)

Ciao,
Cor


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Hi :)
How about something shorter and catchier?  All i could think of was "What's
new in LO" (but with LO being replaced by the banner/logo) or "Upgrade
now!!! or the kitten gets it ...."
regards from
Tom :)



On 13 February 2015 at 11:52, Cor Nouws <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Robinson ,
>
> Robinson Tryon wrote on 12-02-15 02:06:
> > UPGRADING LIBREOFFICE/OPENOFFICE
> >
> > I keep on meeting people who are using an ancient version of
> > LibreOffice or OpenOffice. Aside from physically handing people a CD
> > or USB stick with a modern version of LibreOffice,
> > => what are some good ways for us to encourage people to upgrade to
> > the latest LibreOffice?
> >
> > => What do people think about some kind of campaign to upgrade to the
> > latest version of LibreOffice? (This is something that could tie-in
> > with DFD events....)
>
> Simple banner/sticker "Using older OpenOffice/LibreOffice - upgrade to
> the latest greatest LibreOffice now" sounds great to me :)
>
> Ciao,
> Cor
>
>
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