I would invite you to join the LibreOffice Drupal website development
team, or if you are not interested in developing with Drupal I can
suggest that you get involved with the temporary LibreOffice
I would suggest that you check the LibreOffice Wiki (Website tab on
the left). There is a team of people working on the suggestions you
have raised and MANY more with the consultation across the project
groups such as the documentation, marketing/branding/artwork,
development and steering committee groups.
Having said this, although a much more comprehensive community site is
being built the WIKI will Always be one of the primary hubs for
communicating team plans, progress and proposals as a wiki is such an
easy and constructive tool. If you can't find what you want, you can
build it and they will come!
If very keen you can have a look at the libreoffice.org Drupal
development site, temporarily located at www.libreofficeaustralia.org
during development before replacing Silverstripe in 4-6 months.
I invite you to get involved.
LibreOffice Drupal Website Development Team.
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