Le 2010-10-06 11:28, Jon Hamkins a écrit :
I believe it was just a "test try" with the idea that it would then be
made as an example in various languages for interested people. And it
certainly was not a LibO project. Just people talking about it. It would
still be nice if there were a spot on the website with short sound/video
clips for this purpose.
On 10/04/2010 05:56 PM, jonathon wrote:
On 10/03/2010 07:15 PM, Lane Lester wrote:
The fact that people are proposing making audio files available so
people will know how to pronounce the name is a great illustration of
how bad the name is.
Americans suffer from this disease known as acute monolingualism. If TV
did not exist, Americans would not be able to talk to each other,
The irony is that the audio files made available are for the
pronunciation of LibreOffice in French, not English.
It would also be cool to organize some short video clips very much like
what Mozilla did with Firefox ( http://www.firefoxflicks.com/ ). That
would be cool.
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