2010/11/4 Bernhard Dippold <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
for the ones of you not subscribed to the website mailing list: the
LibreOffice website is online and can be filled with content.
As the author / publisher privileges can be bound to subsites, I want to
discuss the main structure of the marketing related website.
I have to second mostly what Stefan Weigel told here earlier,
The CMS is not intended to do the projects work inside. It should only
contain the results for the wider public, in this case logos, banners
The work should be done with the lists and the wiki.
The wiki is actually in need for more structure, but this is on
another piece of paper.
Thanks for considering
++ Volker Merschmann - ODF-Software Contributor
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