Am 04.11.2010 23:44, schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
As the author / publisher privileges can be bound to subsites, I
want to discuss the main structure of the marketing related website.
Main area will be http://marketing.libreoffice.org, I think.
I don´t think so.
From what I understand, the new concept is to use the website,
created by the CMS, mainly for users focus. Developers stuff,
project collaboration stuff, resources for project members et cetera
are supposed to be on the wiki.
So, I think, we will never have something like
There will be a simple international http://www.libreoffice.org and
lots of translations of it, like
and so on.
But I don´t see any concept for having subprojects like marketing or
QA or API or ux or sw or sc or whatever in the CMS. They all have
their place on the wiki.
We want to avoid the mixture of user oriented information and
services and project orientated information and services on the
website, that we have been suffering on the openoffice.org website.
This new concept is not my invention, but my impression I got from
what I have been reading and hearing.
Also, I personally would advocate this new concept.
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