Re: [tdf-discuss] donation button on German download page
On Tue, 2011-09-20 at 16:09 +0200, Andre Schnabel wrote:
<snip - will touch on most of this in the response to florian's latest
It seems to me that there are numerous places in the current website
where a link to the FrODev.org website could be integrated and I would
be all for that - but the actual pitch for a donation, for FrODev.org,
should IMO be at that site.
Again - seems to be my lack of English language - I don't get if you
after all agree to have the link at the donation page, or that (althoug you have concerns) you
would agree, that the German download page would be
the correct place to go?
Just on this last point - to clarify - I would be in favor of links to
the FrODev.org website from pages on any of the TDF/LibreOffice
websites. I would be in favor of a button (mechanism) on the FrODev.org
websites for donations specifically for FrODev and exclusive from TDF.
I would not be in favor of placing those donate buttons on
TDF/LibreOffice web pages directly.
Following that train of thought then:
I would be in favor of individuals working a trade show booth for
LibreOffice in Germany also handing out literature showcasing FrODev and
such literature asking for a donation directly to FrODev and exclusive
I would not be in favor of handing out literature with LibreOffice
branding that asked for FrODeve specific donations.
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