On 04/08/2020 13:46, Laurent Duperval wrote:
I am a certified content writer, I'm working on building my copywriting
chops, and I can put some of that knowledge to use here.
Great to have you on board, and thanks for offering to help!
What I can do:
* Case studies: talk to people who have had success with LibreOffice
and write a compelling story.
* Articles and blog posts.
We'd certainly like to have more content on The Document Foundation's blog:
Tips and tricks for using LibreOffice, and small tutorials, would be
great. Italo and I oversee the marketing community at TDF, and would
like to write more articles about using LibreOffice, but also have
plenty of other tasks to focus on :-)
* Sales copy if you ever get to that.
Recently, we've been focusing on LibreOffice as a project and community,
and not just a free office suite (although, of course, that is the end
result). Getting more users is good, but it doesn't help if we have 1
billion users and nobody's contributing.
So we really want to spread the word: LibreOffice is about way more than
just software. It's community, knowledge, and giving people powerful
tools in as many languages as possible. It's also about freeing people
from vendor lock-in (ie not being tied to MS Office and .docx files
I've been doing regular interviews on the blog:
See what you think! And thanks again for offering to help :-)
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