[tdf-discuss] Which version to get?
I just noticed that there were some improvements in the download page.
Version 3.6.1 is now the default suggested version (unlike what is
recommended here http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleasePlan)
But there are some warnings "But since this is the second version in the 3.6
series, please read the release notes (see right)."
On the release notes page you get "LibreOffice 3.6.1 Final (2012-08-29) This
is the second release from the 3.6 branch of LibreOffice.It contains many
exciting new features, and is the recommended version for early adopters and
power home users. (See this page for LibreOffice 3.5.)"
If you do click on "this page" you arrive at
I think this page needs URGENT updating... Not only it says that the
previous (and buggy) version 3.6.0 is "Our latest, feature rich version"
which obviously is not true, but also that version 3.5.5 is the "Previous
version" (although there is a link to version 3.5.6 further down...)
Obviously this is none of my business, but I'm sure TDF can do better than
this at promoting this office suite...
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