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Hi :)
This is the approach that does work.  People seem to respond to this approach and take more 

1.  An updated listing of articles would require that people update the central instead of, or at 
the same time as tweeting it (or whatever).  This will not happen.  People are happy to tweet (or 
whateve) but not to update a wiki.  WIki's are too static and just not exciting enough for this 
sort of thing.  

2.  A listing would have to be promoted and given to people to view.  
a)  No-one would promote a static page like that.  It looks boring and dull when the reason for 
promoting it is to create energy
b)  People receiving a link like that would probably ignore it and do their own search on Bing 
because a a "testimoials" page from a company is bound to only express their company in a 
good-light so why bother even looking at it except just to laugh at obvious fanboy-isms?

Btw has anyone done a Bing search for LibreOffice?  Guess what is top of the list?  Compare to a 
google search.  

Regards from
Tom :)  

--- On Sat, 9/6/12, Jean Weber <> wrote:
<snip />

 some of us spot these things in
the course of our work and report on FB, Twitter, G+ anyway, so adding
to our own TDF/LO "in the press" list isn't that much extra work.


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