Am Freitag, den 12.11.2010, 23:13 -0500 schrieb Marc Paré:
[... slogans page ...]
Actually, it is not listed on the main page. Our wiki is found on
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org (easy to remember as all you have
to do is add the word " wiki " before the official site name "
documentfoundation.org " . The wiki pages are our "working pages" that
"we" insider groups use to work on different projects before the
results are posted on the official site.
That's a good statement - I also felt a bit unsure whether people might
think this is an official working "product". At the same time there are
many pages that are not linked to the main page, but are there for some
So I'd like to propose to move the page below the "Marketing Ideas" ,
since it seems (at the moment) concept development which already
provides a lot of content (personally, I like the good introduction and
the examples - but please see below).
Would that be okay? The "old" location will be redirected automatically,
so no issues ...
And by the way, it seems that we have to be a bit cautious concerning
the given statements on the page:
* The Oxford Dictionary says "you may not ... display or
distribute any part of Oxford Dictionaries on any electronic
* The different examples do cite some trademarked / registered
Should that be removed / changed?
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