OpenOffice.org Press Kit
Last updated May 7, 2002
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Welcome to the Press Kit page! Here are all the materials needed to easily familiarize members of the press, new users and developers from all over the world with OpenOffice.org, the project, and OpenOffice.org 1.0, the product.
The marketing materials featured on this page are freely available to the outside publishing community for their own use, and to OpenOffice.org users and developers for building physical press kits that will be distributed at conferences and presentations.
A short, bullet-point list of some of the new and exciting features of OpenOffice.org 1.0. If you want more detailed information, please see this extensive document (SXW | HTML | PDF) about many of the exciting new features we've added since StarOffice 5.2.
Introduction to OpenOffice.org 1.0 Flash Presentation
Easy to navigate Web-based Flash presentation that describes the suite and all its modules, complete with screen shots and examples.
OpenOffice.org 1.0 Product Flyer
The 4-page product marketing flyer available for online browsing or printing and distribution.
International Marketing Communications & Information Contacts Network
Here is a linked list of members of the OpenOffice.org Marketing Project who are available in each country to answer questions by email (and by phone if you ask) and help you navigate the Web site and find information, resources or developers who share your interests in current and future OpenOffice.org initiatives.
The official, hi-res logos are available, if you would like to integrate them in your articles or printed materials. The index indicates what is there, and the Logo Readme explains the logo; an index.
CD & Floppy Disk Labels
CD distributors are encouraged to use these labels for standardized presentaion of CD media. The floppy disk labels are used for floppies that anyone can create to contain a text file of Useful Links. The floppy is included in the OpenOffice.org physical press kit. A CD Readme file explains the type and use of file.
Here are comments from users, developers and technology professionals about their experiences using beta versions of OpenOffice.org 1.0.
Luminary, Executive and Community Quotes
Laudatory quotes from Open Source and computer industry luminaries about OpenOffice.org and the future of Open Source on the desktop.
History, Milestones and Statistics
A timeline of key events in the history of our project. Some quotable numbers reflecting astonishing momentum as our community grows and OpenOffice.org 1.0 reaches the starting line.
OpenOffice.org 1.0 was created by a huge community of developers and supporters, without whom no project of this size could be possible. We are proud that our relatively young project already has as many contributors as some of the oldest Open Source projects.