soon the libreoffice.org website is meant to be moved from the
temporary test.libreoffice.org name to libreoffice.org - but at the
moment we're lacking a structure and content.
At the last marketing conference call the lack of content was
mentioned, and people did suggest to create a template-style structure
that has just to be filled with content to make it easier for content
So please chime in and provide input (possible within the next
48hours) to kick it off.
What is needed:
* A structure that can be filled with content quickly (release of
final version is not too far away).
No "future ideas" or "would be nice to have" items, but stuff that are of
* content to fill that structure with life
As it has been indicated at several places, people are unsure where to
put stuff, what stuff to provide. An empty set of placeholder pages
would help those contributors, provide guidance for all.
And of course if you have appropriate content already up your sleeve -
just provide it. If you don't want to put it up on the site yourself,
then post a link, paste the content to a mail and send it off to the
firstname.lastname@example.org list and someone else will put it up.
What about localized content?
* The focus should be in defining a structure for the globally
relevant stuff at first. The pages at [www.]libreoffice.org should be
relevant for all users of LO, no matter what language they speak.
That being said, it is of course possible to provide translations of
the content on [www.]libreoffice.org - that content will then be
linked directly, no need to manually maintain a list of available
translations - and for pages where no translations are available, a
fallback to the english content will occur.
* If you have globally valid content created already in your language,
this should be copied to the main [www.]libreoffice.org site 
* content that is of relevance only for one specific NL-group should
be put on the <lang>.libreoffice.org subsites
How would I get access to the CMS system to provide the content myself?
* register an user account at
(https is also possible, but as it is for documentfoundation.org,
you might need to add exceptions to your browser)
* Send mail to the email@example.com mailinglist in order for
one of the admins to grant you access
This sounds complicated/I don't want to use the cms
* in case you want to give feedback on the website's structure, reply
to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailinglist
* Regarding content: Create it as plaintext or add it to the wiki or
some other site, then post to the list asking someone else to add it
to the CMS.
 to use this site from within the NL-subsite, you can setup a
"Subsite VirtualPage" that internally links to the site ans will make
the content available on your subsite as if it was part of the subsite
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- [libreoffice-l10n] Help creating the initial content of libreoffice.org - in terms of structure and content · Christian Lohmaier
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