Hi Andreas, all!
Am Donnerstag, den 04.08.2011, 10:48 +0200 schrieb Andreas Mantke:
Am Mittwoch, 3. August 2011, 23:36:42 schrieb Christoph Noack:
The issue is - what is an "extension"? It could be a software feature,
some dictionaries, cliparts or even templates (or collections of
templates). But, templates will also be provided separately ...
for me it is every thing that is handled from the Extension Manager, thus *.oxt.
Hehe, was rather meant as a rhetorical question - the question is what
the user aims for. A user might think in "clipart" or "templates" - but
whether it is packed in an extension is less important (at least for
less experienced users).
So what I'm thinking about now is - is there some "hierarchical" name
for the LibreOffice ??? site containing extensions, templates and other
"hot stuff"? You know, that makes me (personally) wonder since the
initial request for a logo ;-)
Mmh (attention: pure brainstorming ahead), how about a "LibreOffice
Download Center" (or LibreOffice Software Center) that consists of:
Would that be something for a long term goal?
Yes. Maybe we can speak about that in Paris ;-)
You'll in Paris as well? Cool! :-)
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