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Microsoft office, filled Ukraine

Maks Sosna
Hi, my name is Maxim, I am a representative of one of the trading companies
that supply computer equipment to schools.
But unfortunately in our law it is indicated that schools should buy
packages of official applications, the developers of which are either
development partners or their support service located on the territory of
our country. Such, to my great regret, is only Microsoft. The fact that the
funding of our schools leaves much to be desired, in particular because of
the high cost of Microsoft office suites, and the modest budget funds
allocated for the purchase, our children are forced to use terrible
computers, which are absolutely not possible because they are usually
installed there. Cheapest parts.
The average price of Microsoft office for schools is $ 60-70, but this
money could be spent on new parts.
Your office suite is much better, but you do not have Ukrainian language
support on the territory of our country. I suggest you consider our company
as a partner. In the partnership agreement, we will indicate that we are
obliged to provide customer support services.
and are willing to pay affiliate bonuses of $ 1 from each installed
package. Because our grandfathers deserve normal conditions for learning.
Do you know why the law states that there should be support in Ukraine?
Because this is corruption, only Microsoft has the support for which they
pay our authorities, stripping people to the last, and we want to stop it.
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Re: Microsoft office, filled Ukraine

Regina Henschel
Hi Maxim,

you should consider to use LibreOffice. It it available in Ukrainian and
has many active developers.

Maks Sosna schrieb am 25-Jul-19 um 01:11:
> Hi, my name is Maxim, I am a representative of one of the trading companies
> that supply computer equipment to schools.
> But unfortunately in our law it is indicated that schools should buy
> packages of official applications, the developers of which are either
> development partners

What are "development partners"?

  or their support service located on the territory of
> our country.

Both Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice are not provided by companies and
have no "location" of their support. But there exist companies, which
provide support for them.

If you want to provide support for LibreOffice yourself, you should
write on their developer mailing list or use their developer IRC channel
to get into contact with active developers. In case you need something
"official", you can consider the become a certified professional for
LibreOffice. For more information look at their website.

Kind regards
Regina

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Re: Microsoft office, filled Ukraine

Dave Fisher-3
Hi Maks,

You could do the same with OpenOffice. You would have to form your own Ukrainian support company.

It would be up to you whether you support OpenOffice or LibreOffice.

Regards,
Dave

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> On Jul 25, 2019, at 3:04 AM, Regina Henschel <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi Maxim,
>
> you should consider to use LibreOffice. It it available in Ukrainian and has many active developers.
>
> Maks Sosna schrieb am 25-Jul-19 um 01:11:
>> Hi, my name is Maxim, I am a representative of one of the trading companies
>> that supply computer equipment to schools.
>> But unfortunately in our law it is indicated that schools should buy
>> packages of official applications, the developers of which are either
>> development partners
>
> What are "development partners"?
>
> or their support service located on the territory of
>> our country.
>
> Both Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice are not provided by companies and have no "location" of their support. But there exist companies, which provide support for them.
>
> If you want to provide support for LibreOffice yourself, you should write on their developer mailing list or use their developer IRC channel to get into contact with active developers. In case you need something "official", you can consider the become a certified professional for LibreOffice. For more information look at their website.
>
> Kind regards
> Regina
>
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Re: Microsoft office, filled Ukraine

Matthias Seidel
Hi Maks,

Am 25.07.19 um 15:53 schrieb Dave Fisher:
> Hi Maks,
>
> You could do the same with OpenOffice. You would have to form your own Ukrainian support company.
>
> It would be up to you whether you support OpenOffice or LibreOffice.
Of course you could also help to complete the translation of OpenOffice
to Ukrainian (UI is at 85%):
https://translate.apache.org/uk/aoo40/

Then we could release it with 4.2.0.

If you wants to test it out:
https://home.apache.org/~mseidel/AOO-builds/AOO-420-L10n/AOO-420-Ukrainian/

Regards,

   Matthias

>
> Regards,
> Dave
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Jul 25, 2019, at 3:04 AM, Regina Henschel <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> Hi Maxim,
>>
>> you should consider to use LibreOffice. It it available in Ukrainian and has many active developers.
>>
>> Maks Sosna schrieb am 25-Jul-19 um 01:11:
>>> Hi, my name is Maxim, I am a representative of one of the trading companies
>>> that supply computer equipment to schools.
>>> But unfortunately in our law it is indicated that schools should buy
>>> packages of official applications, the developers of which are either
>>> development partners
>> What are "development partners"?
>>
>> or their support service located on the territory of
>>> our country.
>> Both Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice are not provided by companies and have no "location" of their support. But there exist companies, which provide support for them.
>>
>> If you want to provide support for LibreOffice yourself, you should write on their developer mailing list or use their developer IRC channel to get into contact with active developers. In case you need something "official", you can consider the become a certified professional for LibreOffice. For more information look at their website.
>>
>> Kind regards
>> Regina
>>
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