The new hotness for a support website would be to have a StackExchange
website for LibreOffice.
* http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/ - aiming at developers,
* http://askubuntu.com/ - aiming at users, also advanced users
Here is a list of all StackExchange support websites, all 48 of them,
What is StackExchange? Read at
In a nutshell, these are type of support websites that highlight the
questions, and provide many opportunities
to get these questions answered, with quality answers. The users
accumulate points for their participation,
which they then can use up to bring attention to their own questions
that they may have.
In addition, as users accumulate points, they get more
responsibilities in self-moderating the website.
The most well-known of those websites is StackOverflow,
with about a million members, and more than a million questions answered.
I am not affiliated with StackExchange, just posting this to see
whether there is interest.
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- [tdf-discuss] LibreOffice and a StackExchange support website · Simos Xenitellis
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