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On Sat, 2010-11-20 at 22:20 +0100, Italo Vignoli wrote:
I do not mind what happens before the publication on the web site

Right - and that is the key descriptor, publication.

Your speaking as if there is only one view of the web site, there is not
when under the control of a CMS system. There is a view that is
published, official in other words 

There can be completely different features of the site visible only to
those with valid credentials.

Unless you are really concerned with the idea that there would be a lack
of discipline in the site admin or user actions, such that some work
item ends up visible at the official view.

Also, there two sites TDF and LibO, isn't much of what you would be
concerned with, as far as this official communication channel makes most
sense at the TDF site?

In some previous emails I've tried to argue the LibO site be about users
and TDF about workers, but this is a good reason to rethink that opinion
it seems. Perhaps it is appropriate rather to think of the LibO domain
for the main work site, along with user support (distro, etc) and think
of the TDF site as more of an official communication organ.

Curious of your thoughts are on this.



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