Hi Christoph, and thank you for your detailed reply. Appreciated.
On 12/03/2011 13:57, Christoph Noack wrote:
Since I think that the initial contact (installation plus first start)
is a very important thing for users - because it needs to be as hazzle
free as possible. So, how about to look at the full installation process
(download to first start of LibO)? Would it be possible that you start a
wiki page and put in some information (screenshots, steps required,
weird experiences)? I think that would help a lot to request help and to
get an idea what "sucks".
I haven't much experience in wiki editing but in the next days i'll try
to start a "Windows installer process" page, in the wake of the OOo page
you cited. I will try to explain what are, in my opinion, the current
weakness, as i wrote in my previous message.
But i think that the crux of the problem is the lack of developers using
Windows (or Mac) and unfortunately a wiki page won't resolve it.
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