Le 2011-06-29 01:03, C. Olofson a écrit :
On 06/28/2011 03:06 PM, Italo Vignoli wrote:
Tom Davies wrote:
Perhaps it would make a good section under Italo's version that does
Actually, I had to delete my clippings, as I am not able to maintain
them and I had to reorganize my documents. I will try to produce a
smaller version in August, collecting only the major ones.
Thanks for the tip, Tom.
Italo, hopefully this is ok: What I did is simply modify your search
string hyperlink to include the words 'document foundation'. It
provides a somewhat smaller article-count than the method outlined in
my original post but, it's a heck of a lot simpler too. So, instead
of the link reading:
It now points to:
As an aside, I can't imagine that it's easy to maintain the 'LibO in
the Press' page. There must be some way to automate the building of
an index of articles...
I would use the "LibreOffice in the Press" page as an entry level
marketing task for new members to this list. It will familiarise them
with the wiki and editiing possibilities. Besides, it's good to keep
track of the publicity so that we can be familiar with the authors who
are interested in writing about our suite, whether good or bad. If we
all took 1 day out of each month to update the page, it would be a good
source of information for all teams.
Hopefully this helps and, if others feel I should still add the other
method to the page, I will.
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