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


Sorry people,
...

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

But I think that's not the first page for www.libreoffice.org at this state of the project.
Why?
LO and TDF are at the beginning. So many people don't know what it is and why they should use it. In this phase the Start-Side or Home-Side has to be created under the points of marketing, as a "Wow"-Side.
That means as a rough example - one clicks www.libreoffice.org and gets:


Welcome to LibreOffice

the Office-Collection that improves your work in

writing texts
drawing *Get It !* [as a Link to the Download-Side]
spreadsheet
and many more



Than follows the rest:
More Information about LibreOffice [as a Link]
What is The Document Foundation doing [as a Link]
Involving, Supporting eg.


Later on, when LO is widely established, could a Start-Side like the actual follow.
But now LO needs a clever marketing-based Start-Side to "catch" the user.
A side that makes clear: that's just the right Office-Suite for me and for what I am doing.

Please don't copy OOo. In my opinion they did and do the same failure, to make a more functional side but no side to inspire people for their Suite.

Regards,
Johannes







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