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Hi Carl

Le 28/04/11 11:22 AM, Carl Symons a écrit :

"You can get support for LibreOffice from various independent forums run by
LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org users and supporters. These forums are more
mature and heavily trafficked and offer quality support to the LibreOffice
project. LibreOffice does not offer an official forums board at this time.
An official forums board is still under consideration."

Does this sound more informative?

Cheers

Marc


Yes, now only one issue... "more mature" is comparative, but there is
no comparison present. (Well, one is implied.) I'd change this
sentence to:
These forums are mature and heavily trafficked. They offer quality
support for LibreOffice, and can be found by searching online.

Carl


So this newer version:

"You can get support for LibreOffice from various independent forums run by LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org users and supporters. These forums are mature and heavily trafficked. They offer quality support to LibreOffice and can be found by searching online. LibreOffice does not offer an official forums board at this time. An official forums board is still under consideration."

I am not quite sure what is the significance of the "and can be found by searching online". Remember, the reader is already on the LibreOffice website page "getting help" page.[1] I am not sure if it needs this part of the sentence as it is ambiguous.

Cheers

Marc

[1] http://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/


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