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[tdf-discuss] Re: Bring up libreoffice.org website to world *now*



"Stefan Weigel" <stefan.weigel@bildungskreis.org> wrote in message 4CFF602C.7060509@bildungskreis.org">news:4CFF602C.7060509@bildungskreis.org...
Am 08.12.2010 10:49, schrieb Harold Fuchs:

By "static site" you mean http://www.documentfoundation.org ?
By "live site" you mean http://www.libreoffice.org ?

These two links point at the same place. ???

Yes. But only as long as the LibO website did not go public.

As long as the LibO website is under construction you will find it
here: http://www.test.libreoffice.org

Stefan


Ah. Thank you.

Interesting that the Support tab doesn't mention
- forums
- technical FAQs
- installation instructions
- documentation
- system requirements

I'm also fascinated, having retired from software development 10 years ago and after all the articles and theses that have been written on the subject for at least 30 years, that the industry is still operating on the basis of "let's get the code out there and worry about the documentation later". Quite remarkable. Seems Weinberg's Second Law still applies.


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Harold Fuchs
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