Re: [tdf-discuss] Bring up libreoffice.org website to world *now*
Hi Johannes, all,
Johannes A. Bodwing schrieb:
But another Sorry - I think this point ("Wow") has to be discussed
basicly, not only for the website. Because the style of the website will
just follow the fundamental goals of LO/TDF.
The basic goals of the foundation are presented on the website:
First paragraph "Our mission"
For LibO there is the "Next Decade Manifesto":
but we already started a discussion about our goals in two threads here
and on the marketing mailing list (linked from the contribute web page
like the website list).
Please search for subjects like "Briefing" and "LibO Mission Statement".
These discussions have been postponed until the present workload
(release of LibO 3.3.0) has been reduced, but after that we'll discuss
these topics with major impact on our marketing, branding and general
positioning (including product shaping).
Thorsten Wilms already created a wiki page about this topic.
See his mail on the marketing list:
If you want, you can add your thoughts there,
so they will not be forgot when we start this discussion...
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