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.
I think you didn't notice, the first sentence of each one of them does.
Yes - you are right, my apologies for that mistake.
Your site has no links to the actual LibreOfficce project.
At the top of every page, yes, there are links to LibreOffice support
and main sites.
Looking at the update that was made to the wiki page for the community
QA/Bug reporting process it was linking to your site as a place to check
for "is it a bug"
Honestly I think that was a bit brash to update the wiki page that way
and I did change it back to point to a resource within the community
I then could not find any links pointing on the page pointing back to
our site, top links, the LibreOffice logo or the LibreOffice link text.
I've just checked again and that is the case - again I know you just put
up that page so probably a just an error, I make them all the time.
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
I believe you are referring to the logo at libreoffice.shapado.com -
I'll check if it can link to the main site, however I believe it's
supposed to act as a "go home" spot.
Yes that is a problem with a lot of these free hosting type systems, and
that I had with a status net micro-blog I set up. I meant to remove the
logo from my site because of this - or move away from a hosted
It was wrong of me to not get that done on my site and I was afraid it
had been an example of what was acceptable.
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