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On Tue, 2010-11-02 at 11:14 -0700, Andy Brown wrote:
On Tue Nov 02 2010 10:43:36 GMT-0700 (PDT)  Marc Paré wrote:
I was just wondering if there was ever in OOo talk of organising 
"Templating Teams"?

This was touched on in another thread. The idea would be to have an 
official LibO Templating Team where the teams' only task would be to 
come up with different templates for various categories. The members 
would be picked according to their expertise in these categories.

In general I agree with you.  But why limit to those that have expertise 
in a given area.  

Hi Andy,

I think it would be good to look at this in a limited way - which is
this, there would be good value in encouraging people to create these
targeted presentations, targeted to a usage, occupationally focused,
group, and created by individuals with solid experience in occupational
field. (education, medicine, build mailing ...)

I would not take that to mean that anyone would value less general use
presentations and would specifically encourage you to offer anything you
would want to produce. I know you have worked on some tri-fold style
pieces and in your case a general type LibreOffice presentation and
tri-fold brochure piece, ready for local printing (most folks can handle
5-10 pieces) would be IMO a huge contribution.



I may not have the expertise but I can and have worked 
up templates for others.  The person may have an idea or details but not 
be able to do the template due to lack of understanding on how to use 
style or the like.  A real team would have expertise in several areas 
working together.


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