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I would like to propose this:

That the "LibreOffice in the Press" entries be input into a Google Calendar that could be read both on the wiki as well as on the website. The location of the link on the website would be under the "About Us" button next to the "Events Calendar" button.

This will serve the purpose of raising the profile of the "LibreOffice in the Press" page; allow visitors to the website to better see our mention in the press in a more visual way; the occasions where we record LibreOffice in the press material will be listed in a calendar sort, allowing visitors to better pick reading materials closer to a release date where it really matters to them (we could make note on the calendar of the different release dates as reference dates).

The present "LibreOffice in the Press" is really not being used for any purpose other than the occasional dissection for marketing purposes. This will raise its profile on our website and create more of a "buzz" for the product. We could still pull data from this form of reporting for marketing purposes.

How would the press clippings would be entered would be organized the same way as the events calendar which is the marketing team members would take care of the calendar management, and, we could ask for extra help from members to admin the calendar (just as we did with the events calendar).



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