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On Thu, 2011-02-10 at 12:22 +0100, Bernhard Dippold wrote:
And one point to the text content: Under "The LibreOffice
Project" (as 
"project" is a task leading to an end in my understanding I'd prefer 
"Community") there is more than twice as much text about the product
about the community - in fact, invitation to join us is the weakest 
position in the entire pamphlet IMHO (of course it's user-related,
showing them a way to be involved in a relevant way - possibly
to better inclusion of their interests in community and product -
be important too).

Hi Bernhard,

Excellent points - I was of this broader question of who we see at this
event, why we go and what we hope to accomplish. 

The conclusion that I keep running away from is that we need to
different pieces - perhaps a common page 1 - different page 2.

One piece, the current file I think fits for this one, would be targeted
to individuals capable of deciding to use LibreOffice in preference to
some other tool. This could of course be in respect to their person or
in the role they hold within a group, such as a club or institution. 

The second should be looking for hackers - but not really hackers or to
put a finer point on it, not looking for hacks, looking for competent
help with core level software development tasks, first and foremost, and
then in addition motivated contributors for the broader community
activities, such as we are partaking in here. 

[task next for this weeks show prep? perhaps]

Anyway - to answer your question from the previous email - yes it is
still a good time for editing, it needs to go off to the printer sooner
rather later over the next few days, but more for my sanity then printer
deadline... no rush today.



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