On Wed, 2011-01-12 at 10:33 -0500, Fabián Rodríguez wrote:
I am sending email invitations to my close network of friends and
colleagues, and to projects I participate in, inviting them to join
LibreOffice. I thought I'd share this. I'd like to ask where would be
the best place in the wiki to put such examples and their translations ?
I know within the Marketing project this makes sense but I also thought
we'd need to expose this more.
Of course adapt & customize them depending on your audience, if you end
up using any of them!
These are just 3 examples:
[Trisquel-users] An invitation to ask your questions about LibreOffice
on "Ask LibreOffice"
[Trisquel-devel] An invitation to become a LibreOffice contributor
For end-users, in French:
[Trisquel-utilisateurs] Invitation à connaître LibreOffice
Any comments/suggestions welcome.
Well, that is all well and good.
I suppose you most likely saw what I said with regards to third party
support sites and in the abstract I will stand by what I said.
But i the real world we don't really work I abstracts do we.
So - a couple of comments.
Your emails have no link to the actual LibreOffice project.
Your site has no links to the actual LibreOfficce project.
Clicking on a LibreOffice logo and going any place other the
http://libreoffice.org is not acceptable IMO
(Which means I need to change 1 site I currently manage and I will do
Finally - whatever abstracts I believe in I believe in community more
and when the LibreOffice trademark policy is published I will certainly
stand behind the collective decision in that regard.
OK - I just did not want any misunderstanding.
Finally - you should understand that I will push very hard for these
type of supports systems within the community project - I will also,
assuming sites conform to the soon to be finished trademark policy fight
for your right to exist also.
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